MINNEAPOLIS– Vikings star Justin Jefferson left Sunday’s video game versus the Chiefs in the 4th quarter with a hamstring injury and did not return. It’s uncertain when the group’s No. 1 pass receiver will certainly be back, with head trainer Kevin O’Connell informing press reporters adhering to the video game that it’s prematurely to place a timeline on Jefferson’s accessibility progressing.
Jefferson slid on the united state Financial institution Arena lawn while running a path versus Chiefs cornerback Trent McDuffie late in Kansas City’s Week 5 27-20 success. He was ruled doubtful to return and did continue to be on the sidelines after hopping off for clinical focus. Yet he really did not take one more breeze prior to the last buzzer, leaving newbie Jordan Addison to act as Kirk Cousins’ leading pass target.
O’Connell made an individual see to Jefferson’s storage locker on his means to the platform after the video game, trying to gaming console the wideout, that did not consult with press reporters. On Monday, O’Connell informed press reporters that Jefferson will certainly get numerous clinical point of views on his hamstring and once again did not offer a timeline on whether the WR would certainly be offered in Week 6 vs. Chicago.
” We have actually reached obtain the MRI of it and have a look and learn specifically what it is, where it is, if there’s any type of various other elements that enter into it and identify what the most effective choice (is) for him to obtain him back to one hundred percent as rapid as feasible,” he stated. “He’s down today. He undoubtedly is among one of the most ultra-competitors I have actually ever before fulfilled, and shoot, he was attempting to return in the video game as it was the other day. So we’re gon na need to clinically make a great choice and assistance sort of nearly secure him from himself a bit.”
Jefferson’s camp is a good idea to look for numerous point of views, per CBS Sports HQ injury expert Marty Jaramillo, and the recuperation timeline is absolutely “everywhere,” perhaps …