We were extremely lucky to have had this guy play and study at the University of Louisville. He is by all accounts a tremendous young man, who is now becoming a real man, earning money for his family and plying his trade.
It sounds like the culture there in Minnesota is something that is very important to him, and I think it's something that he really benefited from in his time at Louisville. We really are a family here, and it's great that Teddy has found that same feeling in Minnesota, from the leadership all the way to the fans.
And because of that, no matter which team our pro allegiances may lie with, I think even the most die-hard Bears, Packers, and Lions fans among us will be cheering for Teddy to do well. He is that type of transcendent player. And seeing the way he acquitted himself at the podium, I think we can all expect some great things from him going forward.
Congrats to Teddy and his family!