This doesn’t seem to be what “fine” means.
Sam Bradford didn’t play today.
The Minnesota Vikings’ starting quarterback missed his team’s game against Pittsburgh with a knee injury. Bradford tried to give it a go, warming up on the field, but the team announced about an hour before kickoff that he wasn’t going to play.
The Vikings lost, 26-9.
After the game, Minnesota head coach Mike Zimmer updated Bradford’s status, saying he’s “fine.”
"Sam is fine. He might play one game from now, he might play six weeks from now. Either way, he's fine." -Mike Zimmer on Bradford's status
— Minnesota Vikings (@Vikings) September 17, 2017
Zimmer was probably just trying to say that Bradford has no serious injury and that it’ll be a week-to-week thing moving forward.
At least, that’s hopefully what he was trying to say, because if not, someone needs to tell him what “fine” means.