Vikings QB Teddy Bridgewater should be good to go next week – good news for the Vikings.
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Vikings coach Mike Zimmer said after last Thursday’s loss to the Packers that the team expected to have QB Teddy Bridgewater back in the starting lineup and on Tuesday the rookie was back in practice.
Bridgewater took part in the team’s practice and various media members reported that he showed no signs of ongoing issues with the ankle injury that kept him out against Green Bay. After the practice concluded, Zimmer said the team wouldn’t be talking about injuries although he did say that the quarterback was “fine” before moving on to other topics.
Bridgewater won his first NFL start in a dominating win over the Atlanta Falcons, but suffered an ankle injury late in the game which caused him to miss that Thursday’s game against the Green Bay Packers.