Teddy Bridgewater’s Road To Recovery
As former Louisville Cardinal and current Minnesota Vikings quarterback Teddy Bridgewater continues on his journey to overcome a gruesome injury and return to the gridiron, we will provide the latest news and updates on his recovery. Get well soon, Teddy.
5/24/27 (Latest Update):
Teddy Bridgewater gets the green light to progress his rehabilitation after having a positive meeting with his doctor.
As part of his rehab process, Teddy Bridgewater takes the practice field for the first time since his injury.
After months of speculation that Bridgewater may not ever be able to play in the NFL again due to his injury, Vikings coach Mike Zimmer stated that he’s “more optimistic now about him potentially playing than I have at any point in time”.
In some non-injury related news, the Vikings announced that they would not be picking up the fifth year option on Bridgewater’s contract. However, it is speculated that this was simply to free up cap space, and that Bridgewater could possibly resign with the Vikings after the 2017 season.
A video of what appears to be Bridgewater throwing a football surfaces on Reddit. Bridgewater would later post this same video to his Instagram, confirming that it is indeed him.
In a somewhat surprising update, it was revealed that Bridgewater had gained the ability to walk around without crutches just eight short weeks after his surgery to his left knee.
After tearing his ACL as well as dislocating his knee, Teddy Bridgewater underwent successful surgery. Fortunately for him, it was also discovered that there was no additional structural damage, and he could begin his rehab immediately.
After suffering a gruesome injury in the preseason during practice, the Minnesota Vikings announce that Teddy Bridgewater has been ruled out for the entirety of the 2016 season, and possibly beyond.