EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. — Minnesota Vikings quarterback Sam Bradford says the injury he sustained to his left knee during Week 1 was not the result of contact. “I felt it when it happened,” Bradford said. “I honestly didn’t think it was that big of a deal and then the longer the game went on, it started to feel just a little bit worse and a little worse. Woke up Tuesday and it just didn’t feel very good.” Bradford said he has a clear indication of what the injury diagnosis is, but would not elaborate further on the severity. Bradford was limited in practice last week and was made inactive during Minnesota’s 26-9 loss at Pittsburgh after going through a light pregame workout where he was trying to determine how his knee would respond to playing in a game. “Really just trying to figure out if I could move, what my limitations were, if I was going to be able to go out there and do what I needed to be able to play quarterback and make…

Read More At Article Source | Article Attribution