Brian Robison on Overtime: ‘Teddy Bridgewater Works Everyday to be the Franchise Quarterback’
Minnesota Vikings defensive end Brian Robison joins Jeff Thurn on Tuesday's edition of Overtime. Hear the conversation between Thurn and Robison below:
Is Teddy Bridgewater progressing to be the leader for the Minnesota Vikings?
"I think so. I think the one thing we all respect about Teddy Bridgewater is his demeanor about him. He's just cool, calm and collected. But at the same time, he works every single day trying to get better. Trying to be the franchise quarterback that everybody wants him to be."
"He's putting in the work and time. I think everybody in that building respects him. So, I just think he's going to get better and better as the years go. I mean there's always going to be that learning curve with rookie quarterbacks. It's one of the hardest positions to adjust to, you know jumping from the college level to the NFL level. I think he's going to get better and better and command more attention as well in the locker room."
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