Vikings Coach Zimmer at Tuesday News Conference Said Bradford's Playing Status is Uncertain

October 10, 2017 06:56 PM

The Minnesota Vikings won a football game on Monday night against Bears, but may lose their quarterback Sam Bradford for an unknown amount of time.

"We don't know yet, we'll see. Didn't [trainer] Eric [Sugarman] talk to you guys? He said he's going to check to see how he's going to do tomorrow and we'll see where he goes from there," coach Mike Zimmer said.


***To see Mike Zimmer's news conference, click the video box above***

So the ongoing saga of who will take the snaps for the Vikings this week looks to be in back-up Case Keenum's hands.

"Well, I think he's won two games, and he showed he's had some good stuff on tape. I think the team believes when he comes in there he's going to go in there and play well and that's the most important thing," Zimmer added.


Jeff Brioschi

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