Jacksonville Jaguars have been rolling with three executive wins but the quarterback Trevor Lawrence’s injury has officially been diagnosed as a knee sprain.
Trevor Lawrence’s Knee Injury
The news came with “Jaguars’ QB Trevor Lawrence is still uncertain whether he can play in this week’s Jacksonville Jaguars-New Orleans Saints game matchup due to his knee injury. Trevor Lawrence suffered a knee sprain and Jaguars will determine as the week progresses,” Adam Schefter said.
Trevor Lawrence Never Skipped A Game Before
Lawrence has never missed a game in three NFL seasons. Lawrence left Sunday with the Jaguars holding a 37-20 win over the Indianapolis Colts with a knee injury after rolling out and taking a sack with just over 3:00 left in the game, but the third-year signal-caller said after the game that he was “feeling OK.”
The Jaguars have won three in a row to take first place in the AFC South at 4-2. It will be hard for the Jaguars to risk the long-term health of their franchise quarterback, so it will be a delicate decision on whether to start him against a good Saints defense.
If Jaguars-Saints was Sunday, it would give Trevor Lawrence a few extra days to recover from his injury. Instead, it might be a bummer for Jaguars-Saints on Thursday night to be missing one of that game’s biggest young stars.