Minnesota Vikings wide recipient Justin Jefferson will miss Sunday night’s down versus the Denver Mustangs with a hamstring injury, the group reported Saturday.
Jefferson’s next opportunity to play will come Nov. 27 versus the Chicago Bears, however the Vikings have a bye week after that Monday night game. He could select extra recuperation time and plan for a post-bye return.
The Vikings declared that monitor Chris Reed will likewise miss the Sunday night game with a foot injury.
Recently, Jefferson told columnists he won’t play in that frame of mind until his harmed right hamstring is completely recuperated.
“The hamstring is a troublesome physical issue since it waits and it returns every once in a while, in the event that you don’t place the right treatment into it,” Jefferson said in his most memorable public remarks since experiencing the injury Oct. 8.
“The folks and the rest of the training staff in this building know my value on the field and they need me at 100%, as I do also. I would rather not go out there at 80 or 90 percent and get the opportunity of harming it once more. It’s only every day, and when that opportunity arrives, I’ll be prepared to venture out there.”
Jefferson is playing under his freshman agreement after he and the Vikings neglected to concur this late spring on an augmentation.
Be that as it may, he said Nov. 9 that “I’m continuously going to need to play football, whether we didn’t dominate a match or on the other hand assuming we had dominated each and every match this season.”
Minnesota has won five in succession and is second spot in the NFC North, two games behind the Detroit Lions.