On Tuesday afternoon The Minnesota Vikings posted a video that showed former Louisville Cardinal QB Teddy Bridgewater making what appears to be serious progress.
During a non-contact drill in the Vikings training camp last year Teddy suffered a complete tear to his ACL and other structural damage. Shortly after the injury, the Vikings said their starting quarterback is expected to make a full recovery, but reports later surfaced stating that there’s no way to know how he’ll recover or if he’ll ever be the same.
In late March a video surfaced on Twitter that showed Bridgewater dropping back and throwing. The video that the Vikings shared on Tuesday shows basically the same thing, but Bridgewater looks even more comfortable.
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As you can see, Bridgewater is wearing a brace and a sleeve on the knee that was injured last summer. Vikings general manager Rick Spielman says Bridgewater has not been cleared to practice, but this is certainly a good sign.