Report: Jags to limit Trevor Lawrence’s participation in rookie mini-camp

·1 min read

Like every member from the Jacksonville Jaguars’ 2021 rookie class, first overall pick Trevor Lawrence will be participating in rookie mini-camp this weekend. However, with him coming off labrum surgery on his non-throwing shoulder three months ago, the Jags will limit his activity although NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport believes he’ll at least be on the field.

This content is not available due to your privacy preferences.
Update your settings here to see it.

Rapoport added that Lawrence is doing fine with his rehab process and will be available for Jags training camp.

Lawrence decided to address the issue with his non-throwing shoulder after declaring for the NFL Draft. After speaking with Jags coach Urban Meyer, he decided to have his pro day earlier than expected on Feb. 12 and looked solid in the process.

Dr. Neal ElAttrache of Kerlan-Jobe in Los Angeles performed the surgery on Feb. 16 and there were no reported issues or setbacks afterward. Three weeks ago, Lawrence was seen in a video throwing again, which further confirmed how well he’s doing post-surgery.

Clearly, the surgery didn’t sway the Jags’ thoughts on Lawrence and they ended up selecting first overall last month. And while he won’t be taking part in mini-camp like other rookies around the league have, it still will be good to see him on the field processing information with his new coaches.