ESPN's Chris Mortensen reported that Dr. James Andrews, who has performed several procedures on Bradford, cleaned up Bradford's knee and found no major structural damage.
Wednesday is a milestone day for Bridgewater.
Bradford, who has missed six of the past seven games with a left knee injury, had arthroscopic surgery on Tuesday. When he returns to the roster, it will be initially as a backup to Case Keenum, who is 4-2 as a starter in relief of Bradford.
Bridgewater practiced with the team on October 18 for the first time since his injury. Bridgewater was rushed to a Level 1 trauma hospital out of fear that he could lose the lower part of his leg after dislocating his knee and tearing multiple ligaments, including the ACL.
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In Sloter's case, it would have been hard for the Vikings to sneak him through the waiver wire and sign him to the practice squad before a quarterback-needy team scooped up the rookie's talents. The Vikings quarterback has come a long way since he suffered a dislocated knee and torn ACL on August 30, 2016. He did start 15 games for Minnesota last season, after the Vikings sent a first-round draft pick to Philadelphia to acquire him in the days after Bridgewater's injury.