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Bradford out, Keenum to start

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

The Minnesota Vikings will be without starting quarterback Sam Bradford. The team has announced that Bradford will be inactive today against the Pittsburgh Steelers.

Bradford is dealing with a knee injury. He tried to give it a go; however, the team decided he was not ready to play.

Sam Bradford (Getty Images)

Sam Bradford (Getty Images)

In his play, the Vikings will start Case Keenum.

The 29-year-old Bradford, who is in his second season with the Vikings, went 27 of 32 for 346 yards with three touchdowns in their Monday Night Football’s season-opener win against the New Orleans Saints.

Nobody knows exactly what’s wrong with the quarterback. According to reports, his ligament is intact in his knee.

Keenum will be making his first start since last season with the Los Angeles Rams. He started nine games last season with the Rams, where he went 4-5.

In his career, Keenum is 9-15 as a starter in 24 games started. In his career, he’s 454 of 777 for 5,224 passing yards. He has 24 touchdowns and 20 interceptions.

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