Jacksonville Jaguars backup quarterback C.J. Beathard left the group’s seventh arranged group activity practice early after needing to be hauled off the field with an unidentified injury. The injury was one where he was down for a couple of minutes prior to being reclaimed for evaluations.
However, later on Monday afternoon, NFL Network’s Tom Pelissero had the ability to offer rather of an upgrade. According to his sources, the injury was a groin injury, however the degree of the injury isn’t understood yet as the veteran is waiting for arise from an MRI.
Beathard signed up with the Jags last season and got in the routine season as their No. 2 quarterback behind novice Trevor Lawrence after a strong preseason. Beathard formerly had fun with the San Francisco 49ers prior to signing with the Jags and was prepared by John Lynch and Co. in the 3rd round of the 2017 NFL Draft out of Iowa.
After being the No. 2 behind Lawrence in 2021, Beathard entered this offseason with a 58.7% conclusion rate (293-of-499) for 3,502 backyards, 13 interceptions, and 18 goals. And while he didn’t begin in a single video game last season, he entered into this offseason with the most experience in regards to gamers behind Lawrence with 12 starts to his name.
The Jags got in OTAs with 4 quarterbacks, so they still have depth at the position if Beathard’s injury is serious. Behind Lawrence now is Jake Luton, who the Jags prepared in 2020 and has 3 profession starts. They likewise have undrafted novice EJ Perry, who the group signed after April’s draft out of Brown University.