Minnesota Vikings wide receiver Adam Thielen took a hit on Sunday against the Indianapolis Colts that forced him to leave the game. He was in concussion protocol then later announced as having a neck injury.
Thielen said Tuesday that he does not have lasting effects from the shot and he will practice and expects to be back in the lineup against the Green Bay Packers on Saturday.
Thielen has worked his way up to being the Vikings’ No. 2 receiver behind Stefon Diggs, grabbing 56 catches for 758 yards.