New England Patriots legend Drew Bledsoe was sought for comment on Terry Rozier and the Boston Celtics right after the team booked a ticket to the Eastern Conference Finals.

Bledsoe, now enjoying retirement, is managing a winery along with his friends. And asked about Rozier, he said that he intends to make Rozier his own wine, opting to call it Terry Rosé. Per the Celtics’ Twitter account, Bledsoe said:

“It’s gonna have a great finish.”

Below is the full clip:

To recall, Bledsoe and Rozier’s names got linked after the Celtic guard inadvertently referred to Eric Bledsoe of the Milwaukee Bucks as “Drew.” This did not sit well with the Bucks combo guard and he clapped back by saying that he didn’t know who Rozier was, despite his strong performance:

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“I don’t even know who the (expletive) that is.”

Rozier, perhaps in an effort to redeem himself, wore the quarterback’s throwback jersey in Game 1 against the Sixers. Asked about his outfit, he said, per

“Never even had a conversation,” Rozier said after the game, “But that’s my guy.”

After all the drama, Bledsoe — the former quarterback — finally met with Rozier before Game 5 against the Sixers. Below is a clip of their meet up:

Rozier even gave Bledsoe his jersey and posed for a few pictures. Given their newfound friendship, is this a partnership in the making? Is Bledsoe really serious about his plans of turning Rozier’s name into a wine? As silly as it sounds, they might have to thank Eric Bledsoe for it.