Vikings place Sam Bradford on injured reserve after surgery, Teddy Bridgewater activated

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The Vikings on Wednesday will place quarterback Sam Bradford on injured reserve to make room on the roster for quarterback Teddy Bridgewater, NFL Media reported.

He has since his initial September 24 visit to Andrews, when it was confirmed he had no structural damage to his twice-repaired left knee (ACL), also visited a specialist to receive blood injections in the hope of decreasing inflammation and speeding healing. Bridgewater, who hasn't played since suffering a torn ACL in August 2016, was elevated from the physically unable to perform (PUP) list on the last day the Vikings could do so.

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Bradford had surgery on his left knee Tuesday performed by Dr. James Andrews, who "cleaned up" the knee in hopes of easing pain and discomfort, Chris Mortensen of ESPN reports. The quarterback hurt his knee during the Saints game and was only able to play a half against the Bears.

Bradford, 29, has not played since an October 9 game against the Bears, when he was pulled at halftime after appearing less than 100 percent.

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Bradford had made several trips to see specialists for his left knee in recent weeks, receiving Regenokine treatment in an attempt to reduce inflammation in his knee.

However, there are reportedly no concerns about structural damage. Bridgewater will be added to the Vikings' 53-man active roster this week, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter, though Case Keenum is likely to start on Sunday at the Redskins.

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