Lost in the fact that Vikings quarterback Teddy Bridgewater has been cleared to practice but not play is the reality that, for the kind of injury Bridgewater sustained (and in light of the position he plays), clearance to practice is clearance to play.
Which means that he’s good to go, right now, if the Vikings want him to play.
But the Vikings don’t want him to play, right now. As one source explained it, the Vikings and Bridgewater definitely don’t want him to play next week in London, given the notoriously slippery surfaces of the soccer pitches that periodically transmogrify into gridirons.
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The Vikings then have a bye in Week 9, which means the earliest we'd see Bridgewater would be Week 10. But that's certainly not a lock as the team is winning with Keenum under center. The story said Bridgewater will be on the roster for Week 10, however.