Justin Jefferson has only been in the NFL for three seasons, but his impact, especially on theMinnesota Vikings, has been massive.
He is the team s most promising receiver since the days of Randy Moss and isn t showing signs of slowing down.
With this in mind, Jefferson is heading into his fourth year but has yet to be given a contract extension.
However, according to Vikings reporter Kevin Seifert via Adam Schefter, Jefferson has vowed to be at the team s training camp.
As Jefferson indicated, he will be at camp, even if his contract extension hasn t been signed.
Jefferson s receiving numbers over the past three seasons have been nothing short of astronomical.
He holds the NFL record for most receiving yards for any player in their first three years, surpassing Moss total.
Many fans and analysts believe that Jefferson is one of, if not the best receiver in the league.
With that in mind, what could a potential contract extension look like?
Some of the largest current receiver contracts belong to Tyreek Hill, Cooper Kupp, Davante Adams, and A.J. Brown.
Each of these players has an average annual value of $25 million per year, with Hill being the leader at $30 million.
While the numbers haven t yet been revealed in terms of what the Vikings are considering, he ll likely be somewhere in this range.
The receiver position has only become more valuable over the past few years.
Passing numbers are at an all-time high, and having an elite receiver on your roster is paramount.
Are the Vikings willing to pay top-dollar for Jefferson, knowing his current status across the league?