May 9, 2014; Eden Prairie, MN, USA; Minnesota Vikings quarterback Teddy Bridgewater is interviewed by the media at Winter Park Fieldhouse. Mandatory Credit: Brad Rempel-USA TODAY Sports

Cordarrelle Patterson Took Teddy Bridgewater to a Minnesota Wild Game


 

Being a smart young man who knows what side his bread is buttered on, Cordarrelle Patterson is wasting no time bonding with the guy who may very well hold his future earning power in his hands.

As the first step in building what he hopes will be a very friendly and fruitful – and financially lucrative – relationship with new Vikings QB Teddy Bridgewater, Cordarrelle took Teddy out to watch a Minnesota Wild playoff game.

 

 

I don’t know how into hockey Teddy Bridgewater is, but I know Patterson is a huge hockey fan.

He’s been a huge hockey fan only for about three weeks but that’s more than enough.

The important thing is that Patterson has totally embraced the Minnesota experience. And he wants Teddy to embrace it with him.

And when Teddy wins the starting QB job – which could happen as early as this year – Cordarrelle hopes all this early bonding will blossom into a great on-field relationship.

Patterson wants to get paid and he knows Teddy is the man to make that happen. So yeah, bond away young men.

You guys are going to need each other.

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  • Joe Ecv Crosman Bittner

    Class move from Patterson. Going to enjoy watching these two tear it up on Sundays.

  • MikeH123

    AD should take Teddy to a hockey game and explain that he better get bigger and stronger or when he meets the 8 rushers in the box for AD, the QB will suffer like the players being checked into the boards.

  • Guest

    That’s a poor attempt at original content. Making it about the money as to why Patterson is being nice to Teddy? That’s pathetic. Typical yank answer

    • Guest

      Considering they spend a big amount of time with teammates how about assuming he was looking for friendship? Bonding? Team chemistry? Anything but money considering he is only 1 year into a rookie contract and he will have no issues making money regardless.