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Jaguars QB Trevor Lawrence (right shoulder, left finger) is active for today’s game vs. the Titans. He reportedly isn’t in danger of doing additional damage to that shoulder but will be playing through pain today. Lawrence obviously comes with a lot more risk than usual in Week 18 fantasy lineups.

Jaguars QB Trevor Lawrence (shoulder) is "trending in the right direction" and has a "good chance" to play vs. the Titans today, according to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport. Lawrence's availability will reportedly come down to pain tolerance, so it'd be a surprise at this point if he doesn't play. We'll get Jacksonville's inactives around 11:30 am ET.

Jaguars QB Trevor Lawrence (shoulder) is "pushing to play" vs. the Titans on Sunday, according to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport. "He's not at risk of reinjury," Rapoport adds. "It's about what he can deal with, and toughness has never been an issue." We're expecting Lawrence to play in this must-win game but will continue to track the situation.

Jaguars QB Trevor Lawrence (shoulder) will be listed as questionable and might wind up as a game-time decision for Sunday's tilt with the Titans, HC Doug Pederson said Friday morning. “Today will be a big day for him," Pederson added." He’s progressing good. ... If he's good to go, he's good to go. If he's out there, he's rolling." We'll keep you updated on Lawrence's status. His availability would presumably be good news for Jacksonville's offense, although Lawrence would be tough to trust in fantasy lineups with the throwing-shoulder injury.

Jaguars QB Trevor Lawrence (right shoulder, left finger) got in a limited practice on Wednesday. It's an upgrade over last week, when he was sidelined all week. We're tentatively expecting Lawrence to play in Sunday's must-win game vs. the Titans, but we'll continue to track his progress.

Jaguars WR Christian Kirk has been designated to return from IR. He's missed the past four games after undergoing core-muscle surgery. Kirk is eligible to play vs. the Titans this weekend, although it's still unclear if he'll be ready. Kirk averaged 7.6 targets, 5.1 catches, 69 yards, and 0.3 TDs over the first 11 games of the season. Per the NFL Media Research Department, QB Trevor Lawrence has completed 68% of his passes with 14 TDs vs. seven INTs in games with Kirk this year vs. a 57% completion rate, five TDs, and five INTs without Kirk.

Jaguars HC Doug Pederson said Monday that QB Trevor Lawrence (shoulder) is "progressing well" and "definitely improving." Pederson labeled Lawrence "day-to-day" and said they'll see how he's feeling on Wednesday. With their season on the line against the Titans on Sunday, the Jags will do everything possible to have Lawrence on the field.

The Jaguars have ruled QB Trevor Lawrence out for Sunday's game against the Panthers. It's not a shock, given that Lawrence's right shoulder injury has kept him out of practice all week. But it will be the first game Lawrence has missed in his three NFL seasons. C.J. Beathard will start against a Panthers defense that's been the fourth-worst matchup for QBs and WRs and second-worst for TE scoring, according to our adjusted fantasy points allowed. Carolina has been a positive matchup for RBs, though. Lawrence's absence can't hurt the opportunity count for Travis Etienne. Check our updated rankings to see where he and other Jaguars candidates land.

Jaguars QB Trevor Lawrence (shoulder) missed practice again on Thursday. HC Doug Pederson was non-committal on Lawrence's availability for this weekend's game vs. the Panthers. “If Trevor plays, we’re all-in on that. If C.J. (Beathard) plays, we’re all in on that," Pederson said. "It’s a tough decision.” We'll see what Lawrence does on Friday and how he's listed on the final injury report.

Jaguars QB Trevor Lawrence said he won't do much at Wednesday's practice with his right shoulder "still sore but feeling better," according to NFL Network's Mike Garafolo. Lawrence reportedly said he can't yet say whether he'll be ready to face the Panthers on Sunday. We'll keep track of the QB's progress throughout the week.

Update: Lawrence officially did not practice on Wednesday.

Jaguars HC Doug Pederson said Tuesday that QB Trevor Lawrence (shoulder) is "progressing" but "sore," per insider Mia O'Brien. "We'll see where he's at tomorrow," Pederson added. It sounds like there's a chance that Lawrence is able to play vs. the Panthers this weekend, although he'd be very tough to trust in fantasy lineups. We'll track his status the rest of the week.

Jaguars QB Trevor Lawrence has been diagnosed with a sprained right shoulder, according to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport. "It’s not believed to be a major injury to his throwing shoulder, but it’s unclear how this affects his availability this week," Rapoport adds. Lawrence has yet to miss an NFL start through three years, including playing the week after a high-ankle sprain and a concussion this season. We'll track his status throughout this week, leading up to Sunday's game vs. the Panthers

Jaguars QB Trevor Lawrence's right shoulder injury is not believed to be serious, according to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport. Lawrence is scheduled for additional testing on Monday, so we should get another update on his status soon. It doesn't sound like he'll be out long, but Lawrence certainly isn't a lock to play in Week 17. Stay tuned.

Jaguars QB Trevor Lawrence injured his right shoulder in the third quarter of Sunday's loss to the Bucs and did not return. "When I landed, I knew something, something was off," Lawrence said afterward. HC Doug Pederson said that Lawrence will have the shoulder evaluated on Monday. We should learn more then. QB C.J. Beathard went 11 of 15 for 94 yards and a score in relief of Lawrence today and will start vs. the Panthers next week if Lawrence is out.

Jaguars QB Trevor Lawrence (ankle, concussion) is active for today’s game vs. the Bucs. He only got in a limited practice on Friday, but that’s not a major concern for a guy with nearly two years of experience in HC Doug Pederson’s offense. Lawrence is a viable QB1 play today against Tampa Bay’s 26th-ranked QB defense.

Jaguars QB Trevor Lawrence has cleared concussion protocol and will travel with the team to Tampa Bay, according to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport. Rapoport doesn't say whether Lawrence will start Sunday's game vs. the Bucs -- but we're not sure why he wouldn't, barring a setback. We'll look for further updates on Lawrence's status, but we're now projecting him in for Week 16. It's a significant boost for WR Calvin Ridley and TE Evan Engram.

Jaguars QB Trevor Lawrence (ankle, concussion) is listed as questionable for this weekend’s game vs. the Bucs. He returned to a limited practice on Friday after sitting out the previous two days. HC Doug Pederson on Friday called Lawrence’s status for this one a “coin flip.” We should get another update on his progress on Saturday when the team travels to Tampa Bay. QB C.J. Beathard will get the start if Lawrence isn’t cleared.

Jaguars QB Trevor Lawrence (ankle, concussion) remained sidelined for Thursday's practice. He's now a major long shot to be cleared in time for Sunday's game vs. the Bucs. Look for QB C.J. Beathard to get the start in that one -- an obvious downgrade for Jacksonville's offense.

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