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Talk coming from our QB

Minnesota Vikings rookies and quarterbacks report to training camp Photo by Jerry Holt/Star Tribune via Getty Images

Throughout the course of Training Camp, we talk about a lot of important subjects that pertain to the Minnesota Vikings, whether it’s injuries or depth chart battles or whatever the case may be.

Then there are days where we talk about Garrett Bradbury’s butt. Or, more accurately, what quarterback Kirk Cousins had to say about Garrett Bradbury’s butt.

Here’s what our signal caller had to say about the rookie’s posterior following Wednesday’s practice session:

“Well I’m gonna take it back to how much he sweats, again. He promises that it’s not a problem in games, and it remains to be seen because his shorts today were soaked. And, uh, he says it’s not a problem on gameday, so the moment of truth Friday night. But apparently, you know, when they keep those domes air-conditioned and you get a break on the bench and you sit with the cooling fans, I’m hoping that really helps.

So that’s a big thing I’m gonna take away from Friday night, is how tough was it to grip the ball after he snaps it to me. Uh, if it is tough we might be in pistol and shotgun all year, which Coach Kubiak and Kevin wouldn’t like very much.”

So, yeah. . .this is a thing that actually happened. I mean, at least we can be reasonably sure that it’s sweat, I suppose. It could be significantly worse.

As is the case with most things in life, I’m not sure that any Vikings fan cares what’s on or in Garrett Bradbury’s uniform pants as long as he’s getting the job done. After what we’ve seen from the Vikings’ offensive line in recent seasons, if the amount of sweat emanating from Garrett Bradbury’s posterior is the biggest problem they have, then the Vikings are going to be in for a pretty good season.