Minnesota Vikings activate QB Teddy Bridgewater

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And Teddy Bridgewater finally made his way back to the active roster from his devastating knee injury.

Bradford injured his knee in the Vikings second game of the season in September.

Bradford, acquired in a trade with the Philadelphia Eagles after Bridgewater's injury a year ago, has been battling an ailing knee since leading the Vikings to a 29-19 win over the New Orleans Saints in the 2017 opener.

Zimmer said the procedure was not major, and Bradford's knee is "not bone on bone". Zimmer said Keenum will start Sunday at Washington, but Bridgewater is ready to play in a game and "we're just going to go day by day" with the quarterback situation. "We're just trying to get him to where everybody feels comfortable with it". He was clutch in relief of Bradford against the Bears, completing 17 of 21 passes with a touchdown and a passer rating of 110.3 in a little more than a half of football.

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Coach Mike Zimmer did not rule out the possibility of Bradford returning if the Vikings make the playoffs and the veteran is healthy. Bridgewater was an injury replacement pick for the Pro Bowl that year. Zimmer declined to speculate about when Bridgewater might become the starter again. "He's moved well, thrown the ball well".

Bradford was the stopgap once Bridgewater went down last summer, starting 15 games and throwing for 3,877 yards while completing 71.6 percent of his passing attempts with 20 touchdowns against five interceptions.

Griffen stretched with the team at the start of practice Wednesday, wearing a stocking cap rather than a helmet.

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