Chris Mortensen of ESPN is reporting that Vikings QB Sam Bradford had his left knee scoped on Tuesday by Dr. James Andrews, who “cleaned up” his knee in hope of easing pain and discomfort. According to Mortensen, the Vikings are still deciding whether to place him on injured reserve, but an update is coming at some point in the near future. The idea of placing Bradford on I.R. has been floated for a few weeks now and with Teddy Bridgewater expected to be activated this week, it would make sense for the Vikings to make a move at some point in the future. A few weeks ago, Ian Rapoport of NFL Media reported that Bradford was still an experiencing pain in his knee, which led to him traveling to New York this past week to begin Regenokine treatments in hopes of getting the inflammation out of his knee. According to Rapoport, these treatments involve drawing Bradford’s blood, spinning it down and then reinjecting it into the knee over five or six days.
Sam Bradford Underwent Knee Scope, Vikings Still Deciding About Injured Reserve
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