MICHIGAN — Minnesota Vikings linebacker Justin Herberts will be the last player to wear a jersey with the Minnesota Vikings in the future.

Coach Mike Zimmer confirmed the news Monday, telling reporters at a press conference that Herberits jersey will remain in Minnesota through 2021.

The Vikings have not officially announced when the jersey will come down from the rafters.

Sheberts was named to the Pro Bowl in 2016 after playing in nine games.

“This is something we’ve been discussing for quite a while, and this is a milestone for the city of Minneapolis,” Zimmer said.

“And we hope this jersey will go down for good sometime in the near future.

I’m sure we’ll be doing more announcements in the coming months.”

The team has yet to announce a replacement jersey.

Herberths jersey has been worn by the Vikings since 2009.

The team has not revealed what the jersey number will be.

The Minnesota Vikings have been in a bidding war for jersey sponsors, but their offer has been rejected by Nike, which is owned by JCPenney.

The jersey will eventually be retired by the Minnesota Twins, but they’ll likely have to keep it in the city.

It will be replaced in 2021 by another jersey with a different jersey number.

The jerseys have been worn for decades by many Vikings players.