As the Jacksonville Jaguars training camp approaches, the spotlight will be on the franchise more than ever. While Urban Meyer and Tim Tebow generate a lot of interest, fans are even more excited for franchise quarterback Trevor Lawrence.
Lawrence, the No. 1 pick in the 2021 NFL Draft, got off to a slow start this season. He underwent shoulder surgery and suffered an injury to his muscles put him out for the minicamp, and took longer than expected sign his beginner contract. But finally, there is good news for the Jaguars.
During an appearance on “SportsCenter,” Dan Graziano, the ESPN NFL informant, gave a promising update on Lawrence’s availability for the training camp:
“From what I understand, it will be good to start the training camp.” The problem is, of course, he didn’t have as much time on the task as he would like to have at this point. What he showed impressed the Jaguars. It will be a race for Trevor Lawrence to learn as much as he can about the offense and be the first to go for Week 1. ”
Jacksonville has obviously played safe with the face of the franchise. Lawrence spent a large part of the minicamp out of the square with the intention of giving him enough time to heal. While it will allow the beginner to participate fully at the beginning of the training camp, it also comes at a cost.