Big Teddy fan here, although I had concerns when he came out about his lack of physicality and athleticism. He was good with the Vikings and getting better, and it was easy to see the possibility of him taking the next big step that year. It is not even debatable that the Vikes were devastated by his injury. When they kept him through an almost 2 year rehab it was due to the promise they saw, and only gave up on him when they were forced to have to commit to his 5th year option.
I hope he thrives, he seems like a good guy by all accounts.
Love the eye roll, BTW.
In remembrance of Walter, D-Day veteran and my friend. Never forget.