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NFL Draft prospect surprises mom in Spike Lee documentary

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NFL Draft prospect Teddy Bridgewater is just a humble man deep down, and he shows that for all to see in a new commercial for Cadillac that was directed by actor Spike Lee.

Bridgewater is one of the top prospects in the draft that will begin Thursday in New York, and the former Louisville quarterback is expected to be taken in the first round.

Unlike the other top prospects such as Johnny Manziel, the wider public doesn't know much about Bridgewater.

However, in this excellent short documentary we learn about how important his mother is to him. There are the endless eulogies of his past incredible feats, both football and studying.

And there is the moving story of his strong relationship with his mother, whom has suffered from breast cancer.

The commercial centers around Bridgewater's desire to give his mum a pink Cadillac, which he duly does late in the piece.

To watch it in full, click on the video above.

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