ANDrookie defensive tackle for the Minnesota Vikings, Jaylen twyman, was shot four times with a firearm on Monday while visiting a relative in Washington DC, said his agent Drew Rosenhaus.
The same source also reported that the doctors hoped that the player could have a full recovery and continue his professional career in the National Football League (NFL), since he would not require surgery to heal the wounds.
“Wrong place at the wrong time”Ronsehaus said about what happened. “Talking to him today, he’s fine. That’s all that matters. He will have a full recovery.”
The Vikings have been briefed on the situation with Twyman, who was inside a car when he was shot. “We have been in direct contact with Jaylen and her family, and we are grateful that Jaylen will have a good recovery. At the moment, we will only give further comments to the relevant authorities. “, said the Minnesota team in its statement.
Twyman was selected in the sixth round of the 2021 NFL Draft, with the 199th overall turn, from the University of Pittsburgh.