Surgeon Clears Bridgewater's Return To Practice

Surgeon Clears Bridgewater's Return To Practice

Surgeon Clears Bridgewater's Return To Practice

Vikings coach Mike Zimmer said a year following Bridgewater's injury that the reports he were getting were "all positive".

Cleared to practice on Monday, Rapoport reports Minnesota expects Bridgewater to play this season.

For better or worse, Keenum is the guy in Minnesota. He was a Pro Bowl selection in 2015, when he passed for 3,231 yards and 14 touchdowns against nine interceptions.

"We'll just have to see how it goes", Zimmer said.

Per Glazer, Bradford doesn't now think his knee issue will force him to retire, but the issue is "much worse than people know" and something that could force him to "think about his future" if the swelling and pain don't subside. "He doesn't look at it right now as career-ending, but bottom line is if this continues to swell and continues to be painful, Bradford's going to have to look at his knee and make a decision on his career". The wear and tear on his knee might simply be too much for the quarterback to overcome.

Previously, an National Football League source told FanRag Sports that Bradford also considered retirement after his second ACL tear with the then-St.

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When it comes to injuries, however, Zimmer has less credibility than a third-world dictator.

Bridgewater is now still listed on the physically unable to perform list, and the Vikings haven't made an official announcement on his status.

The outlook did not seem promising back on August 30, 2016 when Teddy Bridgewater was rushed to a local Minnesota hospital with his left leg in an aircast.

Bridgewater on Monday morning visited the surgeon in Dallas, Dan Cooper, who performed his ACL procedure on September 9, 2016, Bridgewater tweeted "Thank you", presumably meaning he had been cleared to practice. "I can go out and play quarterback and have fun".

Now Case has a new job description, one that reads keep winning and you keep playing.

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