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Here's What Teddy Bridgewater's Injury Was Called In As On The Emergency Scanner

Teddy Bridgewater's knee injury is serious - we know that much. Here's what it was reportedly called in as on the emergency scanner.

Minnesota Vikings quarterback Teddy Bridgewater, one of the most promising young signal-callers in the NFL, suffered what's been described by the team as a "very serious" knee injury during practice Tuesday afternoon. While the full extent of the injury is still unknown, we now at least know what it was called in as.

Matt Vensel of the Star Tribune is reporting that Bridgewater's injury was called in as a "dislocated knee." Unfortunately, he isn't sure if that's the full extent.

According to a number of reports, Bridgewater's teammates were visibly upset after seeing what had transpired on the field. It's safe to say that whatever the injury is, it was graphic to watch in-person.

Bridgewater, in his two years as an NFL starter, has thrown for 6,150 yards and 28 touchdowns. He was taken 32nd overall back in 2014 by the Vikings.