There are no official reports on Teddy Bridgewater's status as of 3 p.m. -- a news conference with Vikings coach Mike Zimmer is scheduled for one hour from now -- but Twitter doesn't wait for "official reports." A quick roundup of some of the voices on Twitter this afternoon following the news of an apparent serious leg injury for the Vikings quarterback:
The news coming out of Vikings camp with Bridgewater is scary. Cancelling practice? Never seen that happen. Hope he's okay— Danny Kanell (@dannykanell) August 30, 2016
Danny Kanell played QB for the New York Giants, among other teams.
Please send a prayer up for @teddyb_h2o, he is a great man and God has a plan for him! We got your back teddy!— Adam Thielen (@athielen19) August 30, 2016
Thielen is a Vikings receiver.
My heart hurts for the Vikings and Teddy Bridgewater....always a great guy to be around. Hoping for the best— Erin Andrews (@ErinAndrews) August 30, 2016
Andrews is a FOX sports analyst.
Terrible news about Teddy Bridgewater.— Adam Rank (@adamrank) August 30, 2016
I turned in my https://t.co/cXpDTQJeDI predictions this morning. Vikings were my pick for NFC.
The Vikings have been a popular pick in some projections.
Sen. Franken, speaking for the state.
Derek Carr to the media as #Raiders come off practice field: "Did Teddy get hurt? ... damn."— Jimmy Durkin (@Jimmy_Durkin) August 30, 2016
Derek Carr and Teddy Bridgewater were drafted the same season.
Best available QBs:— Adam Caplan (@caplannfl) August 30, 2016
Caplan tweeting what many fans are wondering.
You can play quarterback? https://t.co/RCTMAXeBYS— Tom Crabtree (@itsCrab) August 30, 2016
Former Packers tight end Tom Crabtree with a little zinger that might not go over so well in the community.
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Griffin is a safety for the Vikings.
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Carter is a former Vikings, Hall of Fame receiver.
I’m heartbroken over the Teddy news. I hope he’s back soon but ambulance is never good news. This sucks. #Vikings— Ben Leber (@nacholeber) August 30, 2016
Leber is a former Viking.
Humor - the best medicine for some.
You get a text saying "Peyton manning? Brett favre? Beg them to come back 1 year" you know season has gone off the rails before it started— Nate Wolters (@NateWolters) August 30, 2016
Wolters, from St. Cloud, played basketball at South Dakota State and has played in the NBA in recent seasons.