jacksonville jaguars quarterback trevor lawrence He's a tough soccer player.
Just six days after sustaining a high ankle sprain; cincinnati bengalsAccording to ESPN, the Jaguars plan to use Lawrence at center Sunday against the Cleveland Browns, but will evaluate him in pregame warmups before making a final decision.
A high ankle sprain is a serious injury that usually takes several weeks to heal.
Jaguars' Trevor Lawrence criticized for leaving the field without a cart after sustaining ankle injury
Lawrence was injured during the fourth quarter of the “Monday Night Football” game against the Bengals. Requires multiple trainers To help him off the field.
While he was in the pocket, one of Lawrence's offensive linemen stepped on his ankle and landed on it, resulting in Lawrence clearly feeling pain. After the play, he slammed his fist and helmet on the ground as a very quiet crowd looked on.
Lawrence was unable to leave the field on his own and required assistance from two trainers on his way to the sideline.
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on wednesday, I saw Lawrence He was wearing walking boots and was thankful that his injuries were not as severe as initially feared.
“I'm thankful it wasn't as bad of an injury as I thought it would be on the field,” Lawrence said.
Lawrence hasn't missed a game due to injury in three years. NFL careeror in high school or college.
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The Jaguars are 8-4 on the season with the loss to the Bengals. Jacksonville is one game ahead in the AFC South.
The Browns allow the fewest yards per game in the NFL, so if Lawrence were to play, he would be facing one of the best defenses in the NFL.
FOX News' Scott Thompson and Chants Martin contributed to this report.