This is a weird story, but then again, the Vikings quarterback situation has been a weird thing all season long.
To clear a roster spot, the Vikings waived tight end Kyle Carter.More news: Chevrolet Introduces Next-generation Silverado
Bradford started two games, including the 2017 season opener, a 29-19 win over the Saints. The 30-year-old sustained a knee injury during that contest and struggled in a brief comeback attempt against the Chicago Bears in Week 5 before being shut down for the rest of the regular season. This specific aspect of the report is still unclear, but it definitely appears closer to becoming the truth with the quarterback's activation on Saturday.
For whatever it's worth, all the way back on September 11, Bradford threw for 346 yards and three touchdowns in a 29-19 home win over the Saints in Week 1.
With the announcement on Saturday, Bradford now joins Bridgewater, Keenum, and Kyle Sloter as the fourth quarterback on the team's active roster.More news: Senators Say They've Reached Immigration Deal
Although quarterback Case Keenum has enjoyed a stellar 2017 National Football League season, it seems the Vikings will be looking to add some depth behind him for the playoffs.
At least there's no argument about Keenum being Minnesota's starter anymore, right?More news: Electronic Arts Inc. (NASDAQ:EA) SVP Sells $107500.00 in Stock