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Teddy Bridgewater has confirmed no major injury, still hopeful of coming back soon

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There is good news for the Carolina Panthers’ fans as the quarterback Teddy Bridgewater has confirmed no major injury of his knee. The player fell victim to a massive knee wound during the fourth quarter on Sunday while playing against the Tampa Bay Buccaneer. Everyone thought it to be a ‘farewell injury’ for teddy but fortunately not. 

NFL reporter Ian Rapoport confirmed the news through his personal profile and said that the MRI report did not bring anything much negative about the injury. Everyone is hopeful to see his magic in the coming week. 

 

The injury reminded everyone about the one during training camp four years ago, which was quite serious and Ted took a long time to recover. 

ESPN reporter Chris said, “Teddy Bridgewater is undergoing an MRI now to determine the extent of a right knee injury, which did not appear serious but forced from the game.”

 

The mighty game took an interesting turn when the team went into the locker room with a tied score of 17-17. The panthers were not having effective control over the game in the second half and to their utmost fear, Teddy left the court in a critical condition. 

The score was quite predictable by then. Yes! The Bay team emerged as the winner and improved to 7-3 while The Panthers fell to 3-7 for the loss.

But everyone was worried about the quarterback suspecting a long break for the injury. But hold on everyone! The Vikings and Lions won’t have an easy fight against the Panthers. Teddy Bridgewater has confirmed no major injury still, he has to be under observation to avoid any unavoidable situation furthermore. Hope the Veteran quarterback will add some more touchdown and yards in his score basket which he left at 136. Just a miraculous comeback after soon recovery we are praying for now!

 

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