Vikings starting quarterback Teddy Bridgewater tore his ACL at practice on Tuesday, the team has announced. He’s scheduled to have surgery in the coming days and the recovery time “will be significant.”

Here’s the complete statement of head athletic trainer Eric Sugarman released by the Vikings:

“Teddy Bridgewater suffered a non-contact injury today at practice. The injury was quickly identified as a dislocated knee. The injury was stabilized, and he was transported to a nearby hospital for treatment and evaluation.

“After undergoing an MRI, it was determined that Teddy suffered a complete tear to his ACL and other structural damage. Fortunately, there appears to be no nerve or arterial damage. Surgical repair will be scheduled within the next few days. Although the recovery time will be significant, we expect Teddy to make a full recovery.

“I would like to thank all of the medical professionals and our athletic training staff for all of their help today. Teddy has already displayed the attitude needed to overcome this injury and attack his rehab.”

After Bridgewater hit the turf, the team immediately stopped practice as trainers rushed to Bridgewater’s aid. His teammates began swearing and praying. Roughly 10 minutes later, an ambulance showed up.