The NFL requires teams to release depth charts ahead of their first preseason game even if the final version might look markedly different in a few weeks. We point that out because the Vikings' first depth chart of 2014 lists Matt Cassel as the No. 1 quarterback, even if that might not be the case in a month's time.

First-round pick Teddy Bridgewater has been solid for most of training camp, although he admitted that he was concerned with his play after throwing three interceptions in two practices last week. He followed that up by completing 8 of 10 passes Monday, but offensive coordinator Norv Turner isn't worried about Bridgewater's progress.

"There's a lot of things we're doing with Teddy that we would never call in a game," Turner said Tuesday, via ESPN.com's Ben Goessling. "We're trying to find out where he's at in terms of what he can do. I think he's playing at an awfully high level. Those two guys [Bridgewater and Cassel] in competitive situations have over 150 passes, each of them.