Vikings Remain Mum on Starting QB Issue
EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. (AP) — The Minnesota Vikings will try to keep the Green Bay Packers guessing about their starting quarterback this week.
Coach Mike Zimmer said Monday he has not yet decided whether Shaun Hill will stay in the lineup or be replaced by Sam Bradford.
Zimmer said he'd prefer to hold his "cards close to the vest" against a difficult opponent and joked that he "just figured it would be good sports talk radio."
Bradford had only seven days to prepare for the opener at Tennessee, after arriving in a trade with Philadelphia that was prompted by the season-ending knee injury to Teddy Bridgewater.
The defending NFC North champion Vikings will break in their new stadium on Sunday night against the Packers.