All those things can be true, but human beings are still on the other side of the cold calculations of salary caps and rosters.
Asked about Bridgewater’s social media habits, Rhule cracked: “He didn’t unfollow me.”
“I have talked to Teddy,” Rhule said. “A, he’s someone I like talking to and B, he’s a true professional. I’ve talked to him in terms of life type stuff and he’s been really good. . . .
“It’s just honesty. Teddy’s a professional football player. He knows the business, just like all of our guys. Everyone understands the business aspects of it. I want to coach. I don’t want to be involved too much in the business aspect of it. But Teddy’s a true professional. There’s not one part of me that feels like I have to talk to him about stuff like that.”
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