Trevor Lawrence, a former Clemson QB and current Jacksonville Jaguar, suffered a high ankle sprain last night on Monday Night Football against Cincinnati.

Jaguars head coach Doug Pederson told reporters Tuesday that more tests are expected to come back soon. He did not rule Lawrence out for this week and noted that the injury is not season-ending.

Obviously, that’s fantastic news for the Jaguars, who saw CJ Beathard struggle in relief for one of the top 5 top QBs in the league.

Jacksonville currently sits at 8-4 on the season, leading the AFC South by 1 game. The Jaguars are also still very much in play for a first-round bye with the remainder of the AFC struggling to find a truly dominant unit.

Lawrence has had a good 3rd season in the NFL. He’s sitting at 3,004 yards with 14 touchdowns and 7 interceptions so far this season.