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Vikings rookies arrive for training camp

Vikings rookies arrive for training camp

Considering Teddy Bridgewater was unable to participate in practices during OTAs and Minicamp and he's still far away from the estimated recovery time for his catestrophic knee injury suffered almost one year ago, it seems inevitable that the Vikings' quarterback will start training camp on the Physically Unable to Perform list. The rookies reported with select veterans Sunday, four days before the full team is required to report.

"All (of Minnesota's running backs) will add to some of the depth, " Zimmer said.

Though it was hard to tell, Sam Bradford struggled to learn what was expected of him a year ago. "I just figured, let's give these guys every opportunity we possibly can to get them up to speed a little quicker".

Murray will compete for snaps with rookie Dalvin Cook who the Vikings selected in the second round of the NFL Draft with the 41st overall pick. Linebacker Ben Gedeon, a fourth-round pick out of MI, could be in the mix as well, and the Vikings have taken extra steps to make sure the youngsters are acclimating to their new surroundings in a hurry.

"He's improved was the last I've heard, but I don't know where he's at", Zimmer said. "Hopefully, a lot of these guys will be playing".

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Rookies reported to camp in Mankato on Sunday for the Vikings, while veterans like Bridgewater begin camp on Thursday.

"I am feeling everything out".

"I think the later we got in the year the better I felt with it", Bradford said.

Murray said his his "health is really good" and the "progress is coming along".

Running back Latavius Murray is one of the veterans who is at camp early.