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Former LSU wide receiver Justin Jefferson joined the Pat McAfee show on Thursday and talked about how playing in Joe Brady's offense with the Tigers helped him get a head start to his NFL career.

Jefferson wrapped up his rookie season with 88 receptions, for 1,400 yards and seven touchdowns. His 1,400-yards is the most by a rookie in NFL history.

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WTF Jefferson, That was Ensminger's offense dammit.
Reply7 months
He’s right ya know
Reply7 months
Is it documented that lsu offered him the OC position?
Reply7 months
I think it's documented that jefferson is wide receiver at vikings and Brady is OC at carolina but dont take my word for it, look it up yourself :)
7 months
Ouch, all the Coach E fan's won't like it being called Brady's offense.
Reply7 months
Not coach E's offense any more after that fantastic job of 2020. It is coach Peetz offense now, learned under the master Mr. Brady
7 months
'Ouch, all the Coach E fan's won't like it being called Brady's offense." Let it go man, life is short.
7 months
Future HOF WR!!!
Reply7 months
Congrats on your accomplishments Justin and don't for get "Geaux Tigers"!
Reply7 months
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