The Vikings at some point in the coming weeks figure to add another quarterback to their 90-man roster. Right now, they have only three — and with Teddy Bridgewater's status in limbo due to the devastating knee injury he suffered last August, the Vikings have no proven backup to Sam Bradford, whom coach Mike Zimmer named the starter in January.

Shaun Hill, who started the opener last year before making way for Bradford, is a free agent. I'm not sure he makes sense here given the Vikings no longer need the "mentor" type to help a young starter.

Despite their frustration with Taylor Heinicke missing all of training camp and the preseason last year, the Vikings still like Heinicke, signed as an undrafted rookie in 2015, and are expected to give him a chance to be the top backup to Bradford this season.

They surely will bring in another signal-caller, though. Will it be a veteran via free agency or will they use a draft pick on a passer?