The Vikings last season went out and got Sam Bradford after quarterback Teddy Bridgewater was lost for the season. The team may have to go that option again, as reports from SI state that Bridgewater could be done for all of next season, just like 2016.
Teddy Bridgewater could miss the entire 2017 season as he continues recovery from knee surgery, Bleacher Report’s Jason Cole reports.
Bridgewater, a central piece of Minnesota’s offense and building process, was injured in practice in August prior to the 2016 season, tearing his ACL and dislocating his knee while planting to throw a pass. Doctors reportedly told the team he will need at least 19 months, which would mean he misses the entire season again.