Vikings`s Justin Jefferson’s expected injury return revealed, but there’s a big problem

Justin Jefferson’s expected return from injury to the Vikings has been revealed, but there’s a problem.
Minnesota Vikings wide receiver Justin Jefferson has not played since a Week 5 loss to the Kansas City Chiefs at home due to a hamstring injury.
However, it seems like he’s ready to return.
That’s unlikely to happen in Week 10, when the Vikings face the New Orleans Saints.
And it’s also possible he continues to miss further games if he feels he’s not yet 100%, with another important factor in the equation – especially in relation to his future with the Vikings, according to Dianna Russini of The Athletic.
“Vikings superstar WR Justin Jefferson is expected to return to action by the bye week, if not sooner, according to multiple sources.
However, without a contract extension, some around the league thought he was crazy to play.
So why did he do it?
While it’s a good sign for the Vikings that Justin Jefferson is now back practicing as far as when he steps foot on the field, that’s the only time he’ll ultimately make a difference in the game.
his offense in Minnesota.
Somehow, he also found a way to survive despite his absence — not to mention Kirk Cousins’ season-ending injury.
Minnesota is 4-0 since Jefferson’s injury and is 5-4 overall in the 2023 campaign.
Jefferson has another year on his current contract, which will pay him 19.
7 million dollars in the 2024 NFL season.
So far in the 2023 NFL season, Jefferson, drafted by the Vikings in the first round (22nd overall) in 2020, has 571 receiving yards and 3 touchdowns in 36 receptions.

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