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Bridgewater's Rehab Continues at Winter Park

The Vikings welcomed back quarterback Teddy Bridgewater as he continued his rehab during the team's first Organized Team Activity.

Bridgewater wore a brace on his left leg and a big smile Tuesday as he worked to return from a dislocated knee and torn ACL suffered on August 30.

The 2014 first-round pick has been aggressively rehabbing the injury that cost him his entire third pro season.

QB Teddy Bridgewater continued to work his way back from last summer's devastating knee injury, joining his teammates on the field earlier today.

Bridgewater is 17-11 in two seasons as a starter. He has completed 551 of 849 passes (64.9 percent) for 6,150 yards with 28 touchdowns and 21 interceptions. The 2014 Pepsi NFL Rookie of the Year helped lead the Vikings to an 11-5 mark in his second season and participated in his first Pro Bowl.

Bradford started 15 games for the Vikings after he was acquired by Minnesota in a trade with Philadelphia. He completed 395 of 552 passes, setting a new NFL single-season record for completion percentage (71.6) and threw 20 touchdowns and five interceptions for a career-best passer rating of 99.3.

The Vikings signed Keenum this offseason. Keenum began his NFL career in Houston as an undrafted free agent in 2012. After three seasons with the Texans, he spent the past two with the Rams and started nine of the 10 games he played in 2016.

Heinicke, an undrafted free agent in 2015, is back for his third offseason program but has not played in a game yet. Lunt joined the Vikings earlier this month as an undrafted free agent.

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