Sam Bradford
Quarterback Sam Bradford may be forced to retire. (Brad Rempel-USA TODAY Sports)

We may have seen the last of Sam Bradford. The Vikings quarterback has suffered knee injuries his entire career that has plagued him. Bradford tore his ACL on more than one occasion. Last week on Monday night, Bradford not only couldn’t finish the game, it looked like he couldn’t even walk.

Fox NFL reporter Jay Glazer said on the pre-game show that Bradford’s knee issues could likely end his career:

Bradford had missed all but one game with knee issues that have plagued his season. Case Keenum started Sunday against the Packers and has done a fairly nice job in relief throwing four touchdowns and no interceptions thus far. Nevertheless, the decision to trade for Sam Bradford has to be haunting the Vikings at this point.

It could be only a matter of time until we see Tedd Bridgewater return under center. It could be just a few weeks until Teddy Bridgewater is ready to be activated off of the P.U.P. list.