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Former LSU wide receiver Justin Jefferson has only been in the NFL for one year but artifacts from his breakout rookie season are already on display at the Pro Football Hall Of Fame in Canton. Per ProFootballHOF:
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Minnesota Vikings wide receiver Justin Jefferson broke the NFL record for the most receiving yards in a single season by a rookie during the Super Bowl-era. The Pro Football Hall of Fame collected the gloves worn by Jefferson and the game ball caught to surpass the previous mark held by Anquan Boldin (1,377 yards). Both were used during the Vikings’ 37-35 victory over the Detroit Lions on Jan. 3, 2021.

Jefferson finished the 2020 season with 1,400 receiving yards. His gloves and the game ball are now on display for visitors in the Hall’s Pro Football Today Gallery.




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I hope he succeeds, but he doesn't have much of a track record.
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Whoops, wrong article. I was responding to the DC hire.
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Were these “artifacts” discovered by Indiana Jones on one of his crazy quests?
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It's kind of purple & gold!
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His rookie artifacts are in the hall of fame right now - about two decades from now I won’t be surprised if he will be putting on a gold jacket there.
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Congrats Jetts!
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Best Jefferson!
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Two star prospect, lol
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Not only that, Rivals rated him a 5.2, lol. That’s the lowest I’ve ever seen for a position player at LSU. They rated Clyde a 3 star. WOW.
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That is flippin awesome. Happy for this young man.
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Hey that’s neat!
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