Teddy Bridgewater likely out for the 2017 season

It's reportedly very likely that Vikings QB Teddy Bridgewater will miss the entire 2017 season as he continues to recover from his knee injury. The injury was reported to be worse than what people expected at the time.

The Vikings finished 8-8 in 2016, but Sam Bradford did set the single-season National Football League record for completion percentage at 71.6. "Doctors have told the team that the shortest recovery time for that type of injury has been 19 months, the source said".

"When people talked about Minnesota, they traded the one and the four for Sam Bradford, the reason why was they thought it was at least a year injury", Carter said.

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This isn't good news, but considering the initial reports when Minnesota Vikings quarterback Teddy Bridgewater shredded his knee last summer, the fact that he'll ever play again should be a good thing.

While the Vikings look set to start Bradford under center in 2017, Minnesota's front office still has a major decision to make on Bridgewater and his future with the franchise. The Louisville alum threw for 14 touchdowns with a 65 percent completion rating with nine interceptions in 16 games.

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