Teddy Bridgewater has been cleared by his doctors to return to playing football. Now it's up to the Vikings to decided whether to remove him from the 'Physically Unable to Perform' (PUP) list. The team can do that at anytime in the next three weeks.
The Minnesota Vikings (4-2) beat the Green Bay Packers (4-2) 23-10 this afternoon in Minneapolis. Aaron Rodgers suffered a broken collarbone on a hit by Anthony Barr and may miss the rest of the season.
Sam Bradford is out again this week replaced again by Case Keenum at quarterback as the Vikes (3-2) face the Pack (4-1). Other Vikings are out due to injuries this week too. This is the first of two regular season games against the Packers this year. The kickoff is set for Noon.
It's mid-October in Minnesota, and all three area college teams are in action today against conference foes. Not a lot of places can cheer for a D-1, D-2, and D-3 team every Saturday. Go Gophers! Go Huskies! Go Johnnies!
It's no secret that Minneapolis will be holding Super Bowl LII (52) next year in February at U.S. Bank Stadium. Though many people throughout the state and out of Minnesota are wondering... will anything be open AFTER the game? And to answer that question, yes... many bars and restaurants in Minneapolis will remain open.
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