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Before he gets drafted by an NFL team this week, former Louisville QB Teddy Bridgewater did something pretty great for his mom. Per YouTube...
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"When Teddy Bridgewater was in the 3rd grade he promised his mother, Rose, he'd get her a Pink Cadillac Escalade when he became a professional football player. After a lot of tears and hard work, Teddy made good on his promise. Watch their story in a new documentary directed by Spike Lee."
You can jump to the 6:25 mark of clip...

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Wow. Looking at these comments, no wonder the world is so messed up today.
Reply38 months
He shoulda picked another color. What happens when he is out of the league in 4 years after his rookie contract expires and he is broke? He gonna need some wheels......
Reply38 months
Was it a smart move? Probably not.

Will he be in the NFL for a long time? Doubt it, but you never know.

Was it a selfless act and something that he can feel good about? You better believe it.

Look at the bigger picture here people.
Reply38 months
This is not gonna be helping his draft status......what a dumbass!
Reply38 months
When is ESPN coming out with their second installment of the 30 for 30 documentary "Broke"? Looking at a great interviewee.
Reply38 months
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