During the Pre-season games, the Minnesota Vikings starting quarterback, Teddy Bridgewater suffered a horrible knee injury that removed him from the entire 2016 season.
Now, according Adam Scheffer of ESPN, there are doctors around the league sharing their opinions regarding his knee injury.
Here is what they reported on Sunday:
Teddy Bridgewater continues to rehab in Minnesota and he is making progress. Nearly two months after he dislocated his knee, Bridgewater is making strides and Vikings officials are pleased with where he’s at. But other doctors around the league know there are no guarantees Bridgewater will be able to return to the type of quarterback he was, if he makes it back to the NFL at all.
As one doctor who’s worked with NFL teams said this week, ‘If he didn’t make it back, it wouldn’t surprise me. This is a bad injury, about the worse knee injury a player can have.’
They have noted that these doctors have no personal relationship with Bridgewater and they have not examined him, but it’s their opinion regarding the injury he suffered.
His injury is something that will have to reevaluated by his doctors in order to see if he’ll be able to play for the NFL again.
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