Jaylen Twyman, a rookie defensive tackle for the Minnesota Vikings, was shot four times in Washington, D.C., this summer. He "has recovered enough from his gunshot wounds to be reporting to training camp Sunday," Drew Rosenhaus, agent, told ESPN's Adam Schefter.Rosenhaus stated, "He's really excited."Rosenhaus stated that Twyman will likely start camp on the nonfootball injury list. However, he believes he can play some time early in the season.Twyman has two gunshot wounds that are now completely healed. However, his pelvis injury is still a problem.Twyman was riding in a car when he was hit four times in June -- the arm, shoulder, and buttocks. Twyman was among several others who were wounded.Twyman was drafted by Minnesota with the 199th selection in May. Twyman was the first interior defensive lineman to lead Pitt with sacks (10.5 in 2019), before he opted out of the 2020 season. Aaron Donald had achieved the same feat six year prior.