Bad Vibes? Teddy Bridgewater Unfollows Panthers On Social Media

Question: How do you know when a millenial athlete is upset about something?

Answer: When they exhibit mysterious behavior on social media.

That's now the case with Carolina Panthers quarterback Teddy Bridgewater, who unfollowed the team's Instagram account, per USA Today. He also set his own account to private.

Bridgewater signed a three-year, $63-million deal with the Panthers last March, but he and the Panthers struggled on the field.

Both team owner David Tepper and coach Matt Rhule have been throwing shade at their starter in their offseason comments," USA Today noted. "The Panthers were also reported to have tried to send Teddy to the Lions in the Matt Stafford deal that fell through."

Along with that, the Panthers have been linked to every available QB, and there are plenty. Word is, they would gladly give up Bridgewater in a trade for someone new.

Now, it seems Bridgewater has had enough of the Panthers, too.

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Sam Amico spent 15 years covering the NBA for Sports Illustrated, FOX Sports and, along with a few other spots, and currently runs his own basketball website on the side,