Report: Vikings player arrested, cut by team after Packers game
Jordy Nelson, A.J. Jefferson. Image by Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
According to a report, a Minnesota Vikings player has been released after an arrest just hours after the Packers-Vikings game Sunday at Lambeau Field.
According to USA TODAY's Tom Pelissero:
A Hennepin County Jail spokeswoman confirms #Vikings CB A.J. Jefferson is in jail after a morning arrest on probable cause domestic assault.— Tom Pelissero (@TomPelissero) November 25, 2013
NFL.com says Jefferson was released by the team shortly afterward.
Jefferson was ruled out of Sunday's Packers-Vikings game due to a neck injury.