Despite what many considered to be a sub-par Pro Day performance, Teddy Bridgewater is still considered a top quarterback prospect in the 2014 NFL Draft, and he’s going to continue to train like it. According to NFL.com, that entails hooking up with a couple veterans to help him in the process in Chicago Bears stars Brandon Marshall and Jay Cutler.
"NFL veterans and Chicago Bears teammates Brandon Marshall and Jay Cutler are working with former Louisville star Teddy Bridgewater in his pre-draft training, giving the first-round draft prospect an up-close look at what NFL throws — and catches — are supposed to look like.The players are working together at FitSpeed Athletic Performance, an athletic training facility in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., co-founded by Marshall."
At the end of last month, Marshall even posted this photo on Instagram, showing him helping out the future first-round pick:
Bridgewater did not have the best Pro Day out of the bunch, but that still hasn’t scared some of the top teams in the draft such as the Minnesota Vikings, Jacksonville Jaguars and the team with the top overall pick, the Houston Texans from still visiting with and strongly considering taking the former Louisville star.