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In a season plundered by injuries, Teddy Bridgewater is working toward his long-awaited return.
The Minnesota Vikings quarterback, who tore his ACL in a preseason practice last year, has not played an NFL game since Jan. 10, 2016. Now a hardened 24-year-old, he must readjust to a league that's flaunting newer stars and relaxed celebration rules.
Hope is a dangerous thing, but Bridgewater will try to deliver some to Vikings fans. First, he wonders whether the NFL has passed him by in the latest episode of Bleacher Report's Gridiron Heights.