Teddy Bridgewater’s last game for the Louisville Cardinals will be the Russell Athletic Bowl win over Miami. The 6’3″ junior declared that he will no return for his senior season.
Bridgewater is projected by most analysts to be the first quarterback picked in the 2014 draft. Houston Texans, who need a QB, could end up with the talented Bridgewater if they want him.
Excerpt from Press Release:
“After discussing all the options with my family and the coaching staff, I have decided to forgo my senior season and declare for the NFL Draft,” Bridgewater said. “This was an extremely difficult decision for me. I can’t express how much my time at Louisville has meant to me. These past three years have allowed me to mature as a person and leave the university as better person and with my degree in hand, which was one of my goals. I will cherish every moment on the field and off the field, and every bond that I built. I will forever represent the university with the utmost pride and respect. I want to extend a special thank you to my teammates, Tom Jurich, all the academic staff and professors, the coaching staff, support staff, students and the Cardinals’ fan base.”
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