Teddy Bridgewater has been cleared by doctors to participate in Vikings team practices for the first time since his August 2016 injury.
Teddy Bridgewater has deleted everything off his Instagram page besides on post that seems to have a cryptic message.
The Minnesota Vikings have dropped a video on social media that shows Teddy Bridgewater dropping back and throwing at OTA’s.
Just when you think things are all nice and quiet on a Tuesday, Teddy Bridgewater puts up a little video on Instagram of him dropping back and throwing a football.
Ok this poll should be fun: who do you want under center next season for the Vikings if they are both healthy? — Bat Flip Sports (@BatFlipSports) January 1, 2017 Sorry Twitter followers (or at least most of you), but looks like Sam Bradford is getting the nod to open the season as your Vikings quarterback next year. Here’s an excerpt from Chris Tomasson’s article in the St. Paul Pioneer Press, dated Jan. 3: Vikings coach Mike Zimmer made sure Tuesday there won’t be a quarterback controversy anytime soon. In…
And just like that, the 2016 season has ended for the Minnesota Vikings and the questions start.
Guest Blog from our boys over at Dream Team Fantasy Sports on Teddy Bridgewater, check out their website HERE: After Teddy Bridgewater’s gruesome injury, the Vikings are left with Shaun Hill as their next man up. Hill has not played significant snaps in two years and Hill may be holding them back if the Vikings intend to push for a deep playoff run, as the rest of their roster is ready. The good news for any incoming quarterbacks is that they still have the best running back in the game…
The Teddy Bridgewater injury news is just about as bad as everyone thought it was going to be after hearing that Bridgewater was injured at practice today.
An ambulance just pulled into Winter Park, where Teddy Bridgewater was hurt in a non-contact drill during practice. #Vikings — Jon Krawczynski (@APkrawczynski) August 30, 2016 Can’t make this shit up, this sucks.
Preseason game number 3 is known as the “dress rehearsal” in the NFL. Teams play their starters for the first half usually and fans can get a decent look at what the team is going to look like going into the regular season. Adrian Phillips of the San Diego Chargers might want to burn the film of the game today against the Minnesota Vikings.