Vikings Rookie QB Has Knee Surgery

Minnesota Vikings rookie quarterback Tarvaris Jackson is to be sidelined about a month after suffering a knee injury in practice last week and undergoing surgery to repair meniscus damage.

The Vikings are left with two healthy quarterbacks, Brad Johnson and Brooks Bollinger. They were making plans to possibly add a quarterback to divide the practice-field workload.

By Mark Maske |  September 26, 2006; 1:34 PM ET  | Category:  Vikings
Previous: Smoot May Have Been Benched as Disciplinary Matter | Next: Numbers


Please email us to report offensive comments.

The comments to this entry are closed.


© 2010 The Washington Post Company