Minnesota trades up to pick QB Teddy Bridgewater

05/09/2014

NFL Draft FootballFor awhile it seemed like Teddy Bridgewater was likely to be one of the top picks in Thursday’s NFL Draft, but in the end, Bridgewater made the first round by the smallest of margins.

The Minnesota Vikings traded up into the 32nd and final pick of the opening round to select the former Louisville quarterback.

After being selected, Teddy sat down with our Scott Graham.

(Listen to Teddy Bridgewater’s interview with Scott Graham)

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