Minnesota Vikings promising rookie cornerback, Khyri Jackson, died untimely in a horrific car accident on Saturday morning in Maryland. 

The tragic incident took place in Prince George's County, involved three cars and unfortunately claimed the lives of three people, including Jackson.

The Vikings released an emotional statement offering their deepest condolences to Jackson's family and expressing their shock at this devastating news.

General manager Kwesi Adofo-Mensah recalled Jackson's resilience and determination, highlighting his unwavering commitment to be the best he could be for himself and his loved ones.

Selected by the Vikings in the 2024 NFL Draft, Jackson enjoyed an extraordinary football journey during his college years at Alabama and Oregon. 

Oregon head coach Dan Lanning paid tribute to Jackson on social media as a great player and an even better person.

Jackson was set to play a key role in the upcoming training camp in Eagan, Minnesota, raising expectations of his potential and contribution to the team. 

Coach Kevin O'Connell expressed his deep sadness at Jackson's passing and offered his condolences to his family, friends, and teammates during this difficult time.

Along with Jackson, this unfortunate accident also claimed the lives of two other young athletes, Isaiah Hazell and Anthony Litton Jr. The three had played football together in high school and

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