Minnesota Vikings QB Sam Bradford questionable

Vikings defensive end Everson Griffen safety Harrison Smith and outside linebacker Anthony Barr  AP

Vikings defensive end Everson Griffen safety Harrison Smith and outside linebacker Anthony Barr AP

In the Vikings win over the Saints, Bradford looked great as he completed 27 of his 32 total pass attempts in the contest for 346 yards and three touchdowns. The network says he had an MRI test Tuesday that revealed no specific damage.

Bradford is coming off perhaps the best game of his National Football League career against the Saints, and was named NFC Offensive Player of the Week.

Whatever the case, published reports that quarterback Sam Bradford is experiencing soreness in his twice-surgically repaired left knee will not be well-received by the purple faithful.

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The Denver Broncos signed Sloter as a free agent back in May, but they released him on September 2. He was limited to 10 games in 2011 because of a high ankle sprain as the Rams finished 2-14. Adam Schefter tweeted the Vikings had "guarded optimism but concern" about Bradford's knee.

Bradford's injury is to his left knee, the same knee he twice required surgeries to fix a torn ACL in 2013 and 2014. The offensive line actually played very well. Both are listed as questionable to play against the Steelers. It does not seem to be anything too serious for Minnesota's quarterback at this point in time, but it will definitely be something the team keeps an eye on as the season continues.

This is supposed to be Bradford's team, Bradford's offense and his chance to prove that he's deserving of a long-term contract extension that probably would mean Bridgewater's career would resume elsewhere. Only one game into the Vikings' season, there is legitimate concern about whether that will happen.

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