Vikings quarterback Teddy Bridgewater, who sustained a concussion in Week 9 on a late hit from Rams defensive back Lamarcus Joyner, has reportedly cleared protocol and will start Sunday at the Raiders.
Bridgewater was a full participant is Friday's practice, but was listed as questionable. Head coach Mike Zimmer publicly said he had "no doubts" regarding his quarterback's availability in Oakland.
On Saturday it was reported that Bridgewater was "all set" for Week 10, according to ESPN.
Joyner was fined $23,152 by the league for the hit last week.
Bridgewater and the 6-2 Vikings face Khalil Mack and the Raiders' 25th-ranked defense.
The second-year quarterback has thrown for 1,670 passing yards, six touchdowns and six interceptions through eight starts in 2015.
He's thrown two interceptions and one touchdown over his last two games, failing to crack 200 yards in the air in either contest.