Quarterback Teddy Bridgewater was able to rehab alongside teammates during the Vikings' organized team activities and minicamp, throwing passes in individual drills and working on his dropback against a resistance band. He was wearing a knee brace at that time, but he posted a picture on Instagram earlier this month of him working without a brace.
Still, Bridgewater's road to recovery figures to be a tedious one. The Vikings head into the season with Sam Bradford as their starting quarterback and will practice with quarterbacks and rookies for the first time Monday.
Zimmer added he hasn't seen Bridgewater yet, but the QB is still shy of 11 months since his major left knee injury.