"I was only here a year with Adrian, but obviously he's been a fixture in this building and the community for a long time," Bradford said. "Anytime someone like that says goodbye, it's tough. It is a business. I hope everyone understands that. But for the people here who have enjoyed watching him play and got to watch him do some of the special things that he's done, it's always going to be tough watching him play for another team. That being said, we wish him well and hope he goes down there and has a great year for them."