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Star Tribune Vikings reporters Matt Vensel and Andrew Krammer discuss what they saw happen at practice when Vikings quarterback Teddy Bridgwater went down with a knee injury.
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Vikings coach Mike Zimmer says Bridgewater's prognosis doesn't look good after the QB suffered a noncontact knee injury at practice Tuesday.
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Here's a quick look at the Vikings’ quarterback situation, under the assumption — and it is only an assumption — that Bridgewater is out of action for a while.
The quarterback was taken from Winter Park by ambulance. Asked if Bridgewater would play again this season, coach Mike Zimmer said, "It doesn't look good right now."
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About 25 minutes into practice, Bridgewater dropped back in the pocket but crumpled to the turf, seemingly without being touched. Coach Mike Zimmer ended practice.
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