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Rams wide receiver Van Jefferson hauled in four of eight targets for 23 yards and no touchdowns in Sunday's win.
Fans may have expected Jefferson to do more, considering that he saw the second-most targets on the team. In the end, the team was able to win either way, and the young wide receiver is a Super Bowl champion. He should be an intriguing fantasy prospect next season, depending on what happens with Odell Beckham Jr. in free agency and with Robert Wood's health.
Van Jefferson was a limited participant in practice on Thursday.
This is now back-to-back limited practices for Jefferson. He appears to be on track barring a setback to be able to play in the Super Bowl one week from Sunday.
Van Jefferson is estimated as being limited in Wednesday's practice with the Rams.
There was no actual practice held, but Jefferson would have been limited if the Rams did practice. He has been battling this knee injury for a while, but it is going to take a real big setback for him not to play in the Super Bowl.
Rams wide receiver Van Jefferson (knee) is active and will play in the NFC championship Sunday against the San Francisco 49ers.
Jefferson will look to provide quarterback Matthew Stafford another weapon in the passing game as they look to reach the Super Bowl with a win over the 49ers Sunday.
According to Jourdan Rodrigue of The Athletic, it seems Van Jefferson "will be able to play his normal role" on Sunday against the 49ers.
Jefferson entered the day questionable to suit up, but it does look like he'll play against San Francisco. Despite a recent disappointing stretch of games, Jefferson is an interesting pivot play for NFL DFS purposes if you believe he's expected to play without restrictions.
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