BY LUKE JOHNSON | Staff writer
Start this Teddy Bridgewater story where most of them probably should start: Not with his accomplishments on a football field, but with the way he made somebody feel.
This was last year, when Bridgewater was still wearing a No. 5 New Orleans Saints uniform on Sundays. Joe Lombardi served as Bridgewater’s position coach with the Saints, and his son, Joe Jr., broke his foot in the lead up to his senior year at Jesuit High School. He was devastated when he found out he’d miss most of his senior football season.
Bridgewater knew the feeling — he was just really starting to re-emerge on the...