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.
Minnesota Vikings quarterback Teddy Bridgewater continues to recover from his severe season-ending knee injury that ended his year before it started. Today the Vikings released this video of him practicing with the team during OTAs.
Minnesota Vikings head coach Mike Zimmer said this afternoon that he got a call from Teddy Bridgewater's surgeon saying that the quarterback's knee surgery earlier in the day was a success -- saying that no additional structural damage was found. Bridgewater now faces a long…
Teddy Bridgewater's a busy guy, I mean winning the NFC North and all (pay attention ESPN). Now its OTAs and preparation for the season ahead, but the Vikings signal caller still took time out to give some love to a 6-year-old Minnesota Vikings fanatic that had invited him to his birthday party.
Minnesota Vikings' quarterback Teddy Bridgewater was named 'Rookie of the Year' over the weekend. The award is a fan-voted honor. Teddy was recognized yesterday during the Super Bowl festivities in Arizona.
Unable to recover from last week's ankle injury in time, the Minnesota Vikings have listed Teddy Bridgewater as 'inactive' for tonight's game in Green Bay -- opening the door for the return of last year's starting QB Christian Ponder, now third string on the squad.
The Viking begin training camp practice in Mankato Friday after arriving today at Minnesota State. The Vikings have some key newcomers led by rookies Teddy Bridgewater, Anthony Barr, and Jerrick McKinnon and Minnesota also has free agent signee cornerback Captain Munnerlyn.