MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Seven months after suffering a severe knee injury during practice, it appears Vikings quarterback Teddy Bridgewater is dropping back and throwing again.

On Tuesday, Bridgewater posted a video to his Twitter and Instagram account showing him dropping back and throwing with “spring cleaning” text captioning the video.

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On Aug. 29, 2016, the Vikings ended practice after just 25 minutes. Bridgewater suffered a non-contact injury while dropping back to pass during a team drill and was seen on the ground and not moving.

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Vikings officials confirmed Tuesday that Bridgewater suffered a dislocated knee, and a MRI showed a complete ACL tear as well as other structural damage. Bridgewater had surgery in early September.

He missed the entire 2016-17 season, and it’s possible he won’t be ready to play the 2017 season. That prompted General Manager Rick Spielman to trade the team’s first-round draft pick next year and a 2018 draft choice to Philadelphia for Sam Bradford.

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Vikings officials have said they expect Bridgewater to make a full recovery and play again.