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Teddy Bridgewater, QB (Minnesota Vikings, @teddyb_h2o)

Arguably the greatest quarterback in the program’s history, Teddy Bridgewater was drafted 32nd overall to the Minnesota Vikings in 2014. The Miami, FL native dazzled from day one as the starter for the Vikings, leading them to a victory over the Atlanta Falcons in his first career start.

The following season, Teddy returned as a full-time starter for the Vikings and took Minnesota to an NFC North division title, upsetting Green Bay in the final game of the 2015 regular season. Bridgewater also earned a Pro Bowl selection in 2015.

Despite a brutal leg injury that threatened his career, Teddy is in the process of rehab and looking to return in time for the 2017 season.

Eric Wood, C, Buffalo Bills (@EWood70)

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Another Pro Bowler in the ranks for Louisville, Wood was a first-round draft pick for the Bills in 2008. He has been part of an offensive line that has blocked for the likes of Pro Bowlers Marshawn Lynch and LeSean McCoy. Currently, another former Cardinal, John Miller, also helps Wood keep defensive linemen out of reach.

Other NFL Cardinals

 

Player Team Twitter Notes
Preston Brown, MLB Buffalo Bills @PB_Number2
John Miller, G Buffalo Bills @jmill_70
Keith Towbridge, TE Buffalo Bills
DeVante Parker, WR Miami Dolphins @DeVanteParker11 First round pick (14th overall) in 2015
Senorise Perry, RB Miami Dolphins @SenoriseP
Bilal Powell, RB New York Jets @bilalpowell29 Game-winning TD last season at 49ers
Lorenzo Mauldin, OLB New York Jets @LozoIV
James Burgess, LB Cleveland Browns @HomesteadLB
William Gay, CB Pittsburgh Steelers @southcity22 Ten-year NFL veteran; Starting CB for PIT; five defensive touchdowns in his career
Eli Rogers, WR Pittsburgh Steelers @_bELIeve17
Breno Giacomini, OT Houston Texans @68Breno Formerly with Green Bay, Seattle, and NY Jets; Super Bowl 48 Champion
Brandon Dunn, DL Houston Texans
Harry Douglas, WR Tennessee Titans @HDouglas83 Formerly with the Atlanta Falcons; ten-year NFL veteran
Marcus Smith, DE Seattle Seahawks @MarcusSmithII Former first-round pick with Philadelphia Eagles
Josh Harvey-Clemons, LB/S Washington Redskins @jdat25
Jamon Brown, OT Los Angeles Rams @NFLBOUND_jBrown
Josh Bellamy, WR Chicago Bears
Sheldon Rankins, DL New Orleans Saints @RankinsSheldon First-round pick in 2016
Elvis Dumervil, DE San Francisco 49ers @EKD92 99 career sacks; five-time Pro Bowler; unanimous All-American in 2005
Cole Hikutini, TE San Francisco 49ers @colehikutini_07  Practice squad member