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Trevor Lawrence is technically still recovering from shoulder surgery in the spring, but it sure doesn’t look like it. The Jaguars’ first-overall pick posted videos of him throwing routes on air to several of his teammates, receivers Tim Jones and Jalen Camp, as well as tight end Luke Farrell, at the football stadium for Bishop Kenny High School in downtown Jacksonville. All three are rookies, and the latter two were drafted with Lawrence.
There’s no denying that Lawrence looks really sharp here, and the featured throws are dimes. However, these clips should obviously be taken with a grain of salt considering the fact that there are no defenders in coverage or applying pressure to Lawrence.
Still, for a quarterback who’s still supposedly nursing his non-throwing shoulder back to health, he looks pretty comfortable slinging it around. Coach Urban Meyer hinted during minicamp that while Lawrence was limited, he would be able to play if it were Week 1.
These clips seem to demonstrate that, as Lawrence doesn’t appear to be limited at all from the surgery he had less than five months ago. The Jags will hope that means he’s ready to go for the opener against Houston, but there’s an entire training camp to go through before Lawrence can even win the job.