Greg Jennings is getting used to his new teammates during the Minnesota Vikings' organized team activities, but the former Green Bay Packers' receiver had to sit out Wednesday's practice with an ankle injury.

Jennings, who was limited to eight games last season because of injuries, suffered the injury in Tuesday's opening of OTAs. Coach Leslie Frazier didn't seem concerned with the injury.

"Yeah, his ankle's a little bit sore," Frazier said Wednesday. "He'll be fine. Nothing serious. He was working on the side with (athletic trainer) Eric Sugarman. He'll be fine."

Jennings was present for the workouts Wednesday and was with the wide receiver group as it went through drills. Jennings, 29, is expected to provide a boost to the Minnesota passing game and be the veteran influence on a group of young receivers that includes second-year player Jarius Wright and Cordarrelle Patterson, who was selected in the first round of April's draft.

When asked who's been most helpful in his transition from Tennessee, Patterson said Jennings."Most definitely," Patterson said. "It's good to have someone that is willing to help you out when you need him. On and off the field, I respect him. He gives me all he's got and I'm going to give him all I've got."

The Vikings were without receiver Chris Summers, who is dealing with a hamstring injury, on Wednesday. Center John Sullivan (rehabbing from knee surgery) and seventh-round draft pick Michael Mauti (knee surgery) were also in attendance, but not participating in team drills. Mauti was working with Sugarman on the side.