Draft shakeup? Some analysts not impressed by Bridgewater's Pro Day
Louisville quarterback Teddy Bridgewater chose not to run or throw at the combine, setting up more scrutiny for his Pro Day Monday.
For a number of scouts and high-profile analysts, Bridgewater did not pass with flying colors.
Mike Mayock on Teddy Bridgewater's Pro Day: "To be honest, I expected a little more. Very average at best." Now on @nflnetwork.— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) March 17, 2014
Gil Brandt, as well as former Browns offensive coordinator Norv Turner, shared a different opinion of his performance.
Six NFL head coaches, Bill O'Brien of the Houston Texans, Gus Bradley of the Jacksonville Jaguars, Chip Kelly of the Philadelphia Eagles, Dennis Allen of the Oakland Raiders, Mike Zimmer of the Minnesota Vikings and Ken Whisenhunt of the Tennessee Titans, were reportedly in attendance. General managers for the Vikings, Jets, Titans and Colts were also there.
Bridgewater is projected among the top three quarterbacks and as a potential top five pick.