Teddy Bridgewater Leaves Practice With Injury

Vikings quarterback Teddy Bridgewater has suffered an apparent knee injury, prompting the Vikings to end practice early, as Chris Tomasson of the Pioneer Press tweets. Exact details of the injury remain murky, but it was serious enough to prompt players to form a prayer circle around the QB (link). Teddy Bridgewater

Bridgewater’s injury appeared to be of the non-contact variety (via Brian Murphy of the Pioneer Press on Twitter), which could spell serious leg trouble. Players around Bridgewater “freaked out” upon seeing what happened, Murphy says. Bridgewater left the field via ambulance (link).

Behind Bridgewater, the Vikings have quarterbacks Shaun Hill and Wisconsin product Joel Stave. Taylor Heinicke will be placed on the NFI list with an injury.

Photo courtesy of USA Today Sports Images.

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8 comments on “Teddy Bridgewater Leaves Practice With Injury

  1. Ravens_Last_Place

    Now we can listen to MIN fans say “…but if Bridgewater were healthy we would be Super Bowl contenders!”. No. No you wouldn’t. The only people who considers the Vikings to be contenders are the Vikings’ fans. Poor AP, he will hang it up soon and wasted away his talent on a hopeless team year after year.

    Get better Teddy.

    • J-Dizzle

      You’re trash

    • ultimategamerboss37

      Guess what Ravens fan? You won’t MAKE THE PLAYOFFS THIS YEAR! Good luck! At least the Vikings still have a chance because of their defense.

      • Ravens_Last_Place

        Guess what. If I’m a ravens fan, why would my name say Ravens Last Place? I’m not a Ravens fan, genius. The Vikings will be mediocre at best. With Teddy they were a wildcard team. Not anymore.

    • We had the highest probability of going to the super bowl though. Look at any website

      • Ravens_Last_Place

        Lol sure you did… Websites always tell the truth and are totally accurate.

  2. ultimategamerboss37

    Get better soon Teddy you’ll be missed this season. :(

  3. ib6ub9

    Brett Favre

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