Teddy Bridgewater has been cleared by his doctors to return to playing football. Now it's up to the Vikings to decided whether to remove him from the 'Physically Unable to Perform' (PUP) list. The team can do that at anytime in the next three weeks.

Teddy's surgeon gave him the 'thumbs up' today for returning to practice with the team -- following the knee injury he suffered last August during a preseason practice.

Bridgewater could return to practice with the Vikings as early as this Wednesday. Once he rejoins the team, the Vikings will have three more weeks to decide to officially either to remove him from the PUP list, or leave him on it for the rest of the season.

The Vikings host the Baltimore Ravens this Sunday at U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis.

Skol Vikings!

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