BLOOMINGTON, Minn. – If Teddy Bridgewater’s contract is tolled for the 2018 season, it won’t be a decision that’s made by the Minnesota Vikings. According to general manager Rick Spielman, Bridgewater is “technically ready to become a free agent,” but there remains the prospect that the Vikings quarterback could have his contract tolled for next season, meaning he would play for the same $1.354 million he earned in 2017, because of the time he spent on the physically unable to perform list for the first six weeks of the season during the last year of his rookie contract. Spielman did

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