Jacksonville Jaguars quarterback Trevor Lawrence suffered an injury while playing against the Cincinnati Bengals on Monday.

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Lawrence departed the game in the middle of the fourth quarter of the “Monday Night Football” contest against the Cincinnati Bengals because of what seemed to be a leg injury. Walker Little, an offensive lineman for Jacksonville, unintentionally trod on Lawrence’s lower leg, causing the incident.

Then, with the score even at 28, Lawrence went to his knees and, clearly irritated, hurled his helmet. Lawrence was obviously in discomfort and needed help to walk to the dressing room.

Several Jaguars fans reacted to Lawrence’s injury on social media. One user wrote, “Praying for Trevor Lawrence. I had a foot injury that was excruciating. Lasted about a week but I would imagine his is 10 times worse.”

“Gonna need Dougy P not to have to go through the backup Qb Thing again. Not fair. Hoping Trevor Lawrence is ok. Go jags” another user wrote.

One X user tweeted, “Well, the nfl playoff committee will have to decide if the jaguars are out of contention bcuz of Trevor Lawrence’s potential injury”

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Trevor Lawrence plays as a quarterback for the Jacksonville Jaguars in the NFL. Recognized as one of the most promising young quarterbacks in the NFL, Lawrence was the first overall choice by the Jaguars in the 2021 NFL Draft.

Lawrence played collegiate football for Clemson University before joining the NFL, leading the Tigers to a national championship in 2019. He broke multiple school milestones during his time at Clemson, including the most passing touchdowns and passing yards.

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In addition to his strength, accuracy, and pressure resistance, Lawrence is highly regarded for his intelligence on the field, demonstrating the ability to read defenses quickly and make snap judgments.

Although Lawrence is still just starting his NFL career, he has already shown that he has what it takes to be a huge football player.