Vikings WR Adam Thielen reportedly ‘good’ despite leaving practice
Minnesota Vikings fans do not have much reason to worry about the status of wide receiver Adam Thielen.
Thielen reportedly hobbled off the practice field on Tuesday with a leg injury, but it’s not said to be serious. The Star Tribune’s Andrew Krammer says that Thielen is “good” and there is no concern about his leg being a long-term issue.
Thielen is "good" after leaving practice today. No cause for long-term concern with his left leg, according to a league source.
— Andrew Krammer (@Andrew_Krammer) August 28, 2018
Thielen, 28, enjoyed a breakout season last year. He had 91 catches for 1,276 yards and four touchdowns and forms a nice 1-2 receiving punch with Stefon Diggs. Between the two of them, tight end Kyle Rudolph, new quarterback Kirk Cousins, and the return of Dalvin Cook, Minnesota is looking for another big season.