Vikings: Bridgewater recovery still unclear despite progress
EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. — Teddy Bridgewater has reached the point in rehabilitation where he’s able to drop back to pass on his surgically repaired left knee.
Just when the 24-year-old quarterback might return to live action with the Minnesota Vikings remains largely unknown.
“Just hoping that eventually he’ll be able to come back on the field, but that’s still the unknown,” said general manager Rick Spielman, who clarified Wednesday that Bridgewater has not been given the green light for full practice.
That’s predictable, considering he’s less than nine months removed from the dislocation, torn ACL and other ligament damage that occurred to his knee during a non-contact drill.
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