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Justin Jefferson has the Hall of Fame atop his list of individual goals

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Justin Jefferson he had one of the best rookie seasons of any receiver in history, with 88 catches for 1,400 yards and seven touchdowns. Last season, the Vikings wide receiver had 108 receptions for 1,616 yards and 10 touchdowns.

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Jefferson, 23, is on his way to something special, and the two-time pro bowler is hoping his journey ends in Canton.

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“I mean, I want to achieve a lot,” Jefferson said on the NFL Network. “It’s an endless list what i want to accomplish. After all, I want to be a Hall of Famer. So, in order to achieve this, this position is much more that I have to do, much more that I have to set for myself in order to become better and really learn. I just can’t wait to see how far I can really go. This is just the beginning of my career and I still have so much to learn, so much more I need to do for myself to really become a Hall of Famer.”

Trade Stephon Diggs turned out to be one of the rare win-win trades in NFL history. Both teams took the lead.

And Jefferson could show even more this season with the Vikings.

“Our offensive style is no longer about attacking first,” Jefferson said. “It’s just that we can put different people in different positions and really distribute the ball. I’m so excited about this crime.

“We are all excited. We are all happy about it (Kevin O’Connell). It’s definitely a different atmosphere, a different connection in the building with him there. We’re just excited to start it, really. We want to see how this season goes for us.”




Source: profootballtalk.nbcsports.com

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