According to this post, Lawrence will not practice today, and his status for Sunday’s game against the Tennessee Titans is now being called into question.
Jaguars QB Trevor Lawrence (foot) will not practice on Wednesday. Doug Pederson calls him day to day and said he’s unsure if Lawrence will be able to play on Sunday.
— Michael DiRocco (@ESPNdirocco) December 7, 2022
If Lawrence is unable to go on Sunday, it will be up to backup quarterback C.J. Beathard to attempt to lead the Jaguars to victory.
Lawrence’s History Of Injuries
Some NFL players are typically known to be ‘injury prone.’
Lawrence is not one of those players.
Throughout his collegiate and NFL career thus far, thankfully, Lawrence hasn’t had any major injury struggles.
In one of his collegiate games against Syracuse, Lawrence suffered a neck injury, which he recovered from in time to play in Clemson’s next game.
In his 2021 rookie campaign, Lawrence was diagnosed with a mild low-ankle sprain but was able to play through the injury.
Hopefully, his current affliction isn’t serious, and Lawrence can play on Sunday and beyond, especially given the jump in play that he’s made this season.
In 2021, Lawrence had a 59.6 completion percentage, threw for 3,641 yards, only 12 touchdowns, and led the league in interceptions with 17.
This season has gone a lot better, providing hope for Lawrence’s future in the league.
Through 12 games, he has completed 65.6% of passes, thrown for 17 touchdowns, and only six interceptions.
With any luck, this season will be a stepping stone for his career, especially given the expectations that have surrounded Lawrence in his young career.
Being compared to an Andrew Luck-level prospect is difficult.