Trevor Lawrence's shoulder surgery is already in the past. Now it's on to rehab.
The Clemson product went under the knife Tuesday to fix the labrum in his left (non-throwing) shoulder. NFL Network's Tom Pelissero reported that the surgery "went great," according to a source informed of the situation. Doctors expect Lawrence to be 100 percent for training camp, Pelissero added.
The presumptive No. 1 overall pick underwent surgery on his injured non-throwing shoulder, which he's dealt with the past couple of years, early in the offseason to ensure he'll be ready come camp.
Lawrence held a throwing session on Friday in advance of surgery. The QB crushed the session, as expected.
It's rarely notable in today's age when surgery goes well -- as most often do. Yet, it's still good news for Jaguars fans as they prepare for the Lawrence-era presumably to begin this fall.