As part of a full-pad drill, Minnesota Vikings wide receiver Justin Jefferson landed awkwardly on his shoulder and was forced to the trainer's room.

Jefferson was lined up against cornerback Bashaud Breeland on a routine pass and catch. The star wide receiver was tackled to the ground and immediately grabbed his shoulder in pain.

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Jefferson went into the training room following the injury and did not return back to practice following the injury.

ESPN's Adam Schefter is reporting that Jefferson suffered a sprained AC joint. Schefter's source also says that the injury is not deemed to be serious at this moment.

Jefferson had a breakout rookie season catching 88 passes for 1,400 yards and seven touchdowns. He immediately became a well-respected top receiver in the NFL being named to the 2020 Pro Bowl and the 2020 NFL All-Rookie Team. The 6'1 receiver was drafted 22nd overall in the 2020 NFL Draft.

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