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Minnesota Vikings Plan to Keep Quarterback Sam Bradford

In his role as a founding partner with Forward Strategy Partners, Robert P. Givens provides government relations, strategic communications, and fundraising advice to corporations, elected officials, and potential candidates. Outside of his professional life, Robert P. Givens loves football, and one of his favorite NFL teams is the Minnesota Vikings.

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Minnesota Vikings Plan to Keep Quarterback Sam Bradford

  1. 1. Minnesota Vikings Plan to Keep Quarterback Sam Bradford Robert P Givens
  2. 2. Introduction  In his role as a founding partner with Forward Strategy Partners, Robert P. Givens provides government relations, strategic communications, and fundraising advice to corporations, elected officials, and potential candidates. Outside of his professional life, Robert P. Givens loves football, and one of his favorite NFL teams is the Minnesota Vikings. Looking to the team's future and the 2017 season, the Vikings plan on keeping quarterback Sam Bradford. According to sources close to the team who spoke to USA Today Sports, the Vikings plan on paying Bradford a $4 million bonus in March, with the QB’s 2017 contract potentially earning him $18 million for the season.
  3. 3. Minnesota Vikings  On average, Bradford’s contract nets him $17.5 million a year, ranking the player’s paycheck at number 19 among NFL quarterbacks. It is still unknown if Teddy Bridgewater, another QB on the team, will play in 2017. In August of last year, Bridgewater received a massive knee injury that ended his season early and put the player into rehab, where he is working on getting back into playing condition. USA Today praises Bradford for playing at his best in 2016, despite the difficult circumstances surrounding the team's season, including injuries and the team’s offensive coordinator, Norv Turner, resigning in November.

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