Bradford, who completed 27 of his 32 passes for 346 yards and three touchdowns in the Vikings' season-opening win over New Orleans, twisted his left knee in the game, and missed the team's next three games before making a truncated return on October 9 against the Bears. It began as soon as Week 2 and has now continued all the way up to the day before the team's divisional round playoff matchup against the New Orleans Saints.
Minnesota coach Mike Zimmer says he hasn't made a decision regarding the status of quarterback Sam Bradford, who has practiced the last two weeks in an attempt to be activated from the injured reserve list.
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The Vikings activated the quarterback off injured reserve Saturday after a left knee injury sent him to the sideline earlier this season.
Bradford hasn't played in a game since then, and went on injured reserve November 8 after having his third operation on his left knee the day before.
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To clear a roster spot, the Vikings waived tight end Kyle Carter.
While Bradford was out, Teddy Bridgewater returned from a knee injury that cost him the 2016 season and assumed the backup role behind Keenum.
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However, a source close to the team has told The Viking Age that Bridgewater will actually be among the Vikings' inactives on Sunday. Keeping Sloter around with this move is just another indication of how much the Vikings do not want the rookie getting scooped up by another team. Even among the 30 different teams that have suffered at least one "unexpected playoff loss", Minnesota ranks ahead of only three others, including the Detroit Lions and the Kansas City Chiefs, this year's Wild Card dud.