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Putting the Past Behind

Jefferson is carted off the field against Minn.

After suffering two concussions in his first two seasons, including a devastating one last season that required he be taken off the field in an ambulance, junior wide receiver Kyle Jefferson is focused on the present, and getting back to his roots as a solid wide receiver.

Badger Nation: How tough was last year for you in terms of the production, the concussions and the injuries you suffered? Kyle Jefferson: Really challenging. It was a down year. I didn't expect it to go that way. Things happened. Unfortunately coincidence happened and things like that. I just had to fight through one of the toughest years I have had since I started playing sports. Badger... Recommended Stories

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