KJ Jefferson alarmed some Arkansas fans Friday when he referenced surgery in a social media post.

“Pray for me as I go into surgery this afternoon,” Jefferson posted on his Snapchat story. The Razorback faithful does not need to worry, however, as it’s just a minor procedure, according to Tom Murphy of Arkansas Democrat-Gazette. Murphy adds that it is not known at this time if the procedure will limit or sideline Jefferson in spring practice.

Murphy’s report details that Jefferson was scheduled Friday for arthroscopic knee surgery to clean up a lingering issue from the Texas A&M game. In the third quarter of Arkansas’ 20-10 win over the Aggies, Jefferson’s right knee was injured when he was shoved out of bounds.

The Southwest Classic was Arkansas’ fourth game of the 2021 campaign. Jefferson played in all 13 games, leading Arkansas to a 9-4 finish, capped by an Outback Bowl victory. He was 198-of-294 passing for 2,676 yards, 21 touchdowns and just 4 interceptions. Jefferson also added 146 carries for 664 yards and 6 TDs.

It’s not the first time this offseason that Arkansas fans have been concerned by a Razorback QB’s social media posts. Malik Hornsby announced his decision to enter the transfer portal but decided to withdraw from the portal and remain with Sam Pittman’s team.