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Vikings could place Sam Bradford on Injured Reserve

09 November 2017

The Minnesota Vikings are welcoming back quarterback Teddy Bridgewater to their 53-man roster Wednesday.

Following Bridgewater's injury previous year, the Vikings traded for Sam Bradford, who opened this season with a 346-yards, three-touchdown opening win game against the New Orleans Saints - a 29-19 Vikings victory.

The activation of Bridgewater is a major milestone for the recovery process of the fourth-year quarterback.

Multiple reports have indicated that Case Keenum will likely start this week against Washington.

"It was just lingering", Zimmer said of the decision for Bradford to have surgery. He attempted to come back, starting the Vikings October 9th game at Chicago, but was unable to finish. "So hopefully we'll be able to get him back when he gets healthy". He was clutch in relief of Bradford against the Bears, completing 17 of 21 passes with a touchdown and a passer rating of 110.3 in a little more than a half of football.

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The Vikings have a third quarterback on the roster, rookie Kyle Sloter, whom they didn't want to risk waiving to put on the practice squad out of fear another team might claim him. "So we just keep going from there and see how this thing plays out".

Bridgewater, whom the Vikings selected in the first round of the 2015 draft, has not played since the 2015 playoffs.

Bridgewater was a full participant in practice Wednesday and declined comment afterward. "He's moved well, thrown the ball well, good accuracy".

"He hasn't had training camp", Zimmer said.

Bradford set an National Football League record for completion percentage (71.6) in 2016 when he threw for a career-best 3,877 yards. He started practicing with the team three weeks ago.

Vikings could place Sam Bradford on Injured Reserve