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Lewis Cine, a first-round choice for the Minnesota Vikings, will stay in London for surgery after suffering a horrific injury in Sunday's 28-25 victory against the New Orleans Saints. Monday, NFL Network Insider Tom Pelissero revealed that Cine sustained a complex lower leg fracture. The Vikings said in a statement that a member of the training staff will stay in London with the youngster after his operation on Tuesday. "After sustaining an injury in yesterday's game, Lewis Cine was promptly transferred to a nearby hospital, where he received a successful preparation operation before to his planned surgery on Tuesday, October 4," the club stated in a statement. "After undergoing surgery, Lewis will complete his initial rehabilitation in London before returning to Minnesota at the proper time. A member of the medical team of the Vikings will also remain in London until Lewis's return. The head coach of the Vikings, Kevin O'Connell, and other members of the organization have been in frequent contact with Lewis, who is in excellent spirits." O'Connell acknowledged the extent of the injuries at a Monday news conference, noting that he was able to communicate with Cine after being transported to the hospital. According to the St. Paul Pioneer Press, O'Connell said, "We are really optimistic about how this treatment will proceed." After sustaining a catastrophic leg injury in the first quarter against the Saints, the rookie defensive back was taken off the field with his leg stabilized in an air cast. Cine, the 32nd overall selection, mostly participated in special teams for three games this season. Sunday, he was hurt on a Vikings punt return. After suffering a catastrophic accident, the 22-year-old has a long road to recuperate, but Pelissero claimed that Cine is in high spirits before to surgery.
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