Case Keenum will be the Vikings starting quarterback in Sunday's NFC Divisional Round playoff game against the New Orleans Saints.
The Vikings waived tight end Kyle Carter on Saturday to make room for Bradford, who last played at Chicago on October 9 and returned to practice last week after recovering from a left knee injury. Bradford was on injured reserve because of a knee injury.
The Saints look to build on their home win last weekend against the Carolina Panthers and keep their Super Bowl aspirations alive as they take to the road to battle the defensively stout Minnesota Vikings in a contrast of styles that should make for a very exciting game.
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That game was arguably the best of Bradford's career, as he completed 84.4 percent of his passes for 346 yards and three touchdowns with zero interceptions.
The Star Tribune is reporting that Teddy Bridgewater will still be Case Keenum's backup QB. This specific aspect of the report is still unclear, but it definitely appears closer to becoming the truth with the quarterback's activation on Saturday.
"It's kind of hard to get reps when you're getting your starter ready", Zimmer said. Since then, he's participated in five practices.
Bradford started in Week 5 at Chicago, but left just before halftime.
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The loss of Coutinho , while significant, should not really harm Liverpool too much this weekend. On Keita , the Liverpool manager continued: "There's nothing to say about it".
Whether the Vikings have Sam Bradford in uniform for their first playoff game on Sunday remains to be seen.
At least there's no argument about Keenum being Minnesota's starter anymore, right?
Keenum's completion percentage ranked second in the National Football League among qualifying passers behind Saints quarterback Drew Brees, whose 72.0 rate edged past Bradford's 2016 mark of 71.6 for a new National Football League record.
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Hogg came back from suspension, and Gilder (injury) and Robert Williams (illness) were the others to return. Tennessee won its third straight in Volunteers coach Rick Barnes' 1,000th career game.