Back in October, Keenan Allen suffered a Grade 2 PCL tear, which sidelined him for the last three games of his collegiate career.
While many figured Allen would be healthy and ready to showcase his abilities this past February at the NFL Combine, those dreams never came to fruition.
Instead, Allen suffered a setback during pre-combine workouts and missed his chance to impress scouts.
With his health being a major concern, the Vikings need to realize that with a ton of quality receivers on the board, Allen's slow recovery time and constant setbacks should serve as a red flag.
The NFL operates at an inconceivable pace, leading to players battling injuries all season long. If his slow recovery time becomes a major part of issue throughout his career, the Vikings will be stuck with an unproductive, injury-prone first round pick for years to come.