Bridgewater's Road To Recovery To Will Be A Long One
Teddy Bridgewater could miss more than one season depending on his recovery from Tuesday's horrific knee injury.
The Vikings quarterback is out for the 2016 season with a torn anterior cruciate ligament and dislocated knee cap. Bridgewater is expected to recover from reconstructive knee surgery in nine months, but if arterial or nerve damage is discovered, his return could be well over a year down the road.
The injury leaves Minnesota's offense in the hands of 36-year-old journeyman Shaun Hill.