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Heading into the postseason, it should still expected that Case Keenum is the Vikings’ starting quarterback and Teddy Bridgewater is the backup.
At best, Bradford is likely the team’s emergency signal caller right now if Keenum or Bridgewater gets hurt sometime in the near future.
But wouldn’t Bradford be a better backup option than Bridgewater? Bradford has not been practicing for more than two months while Bridgewater has been on the practice field since the middle of October.
Bradford may be up to date and familiar with Minnesota’s offense, but getting in more on-field reps and improving his timing with the team’s receivers is something that needs to happen before the Vikings even consider adding him to their active roster.
Sam Bradford is back with the Eagles and passing the buck on his ill-fated trade demand.
The veteran quarterback told reporters in Philadelphia on Tuesday that his high-powered agent, Tom Condon, was the one who thought it was a good idea to ask the Eagles to deal him after they traded up to the No.
There is no reason yet to think that the quarterback will be activated and added to Minnesota’s playoff roster before next week’s divisional round matchup.
And if he, his line and his running game are there for a defense that hasn't missed a beat after bringing back all five of its Pro Bowlers from 2016, the Vikings could be nearly impossible to beat in 2017.
“To be able to go out there yesterday and today and practice back-to-back days, I think that’s just kind of the next step.
On the day where the roster has to be trimmed down to 53 players, the Eagles made a blockbuster trade, sending quarterback Sam Bradford to the Minnesota Vikings.
In exchange, the Eagles received a first-round pick in the 2017 NFL Draft and a fourth-round pick in 2018 NFL Draft.
But the front office invested heavily in the offense in the offseason, giving Bradford three new starters along the line and two new running backs.