Trevor Lawrence getting married this weekend, won’t get medical exam in Indy

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Many draft prospects are in Indianapolis to get medical exams in what is usually a followup from the Scouting Combine in February, but quarterback Trevor Lawrence won’t be with them.

Lawrence had surgery to repair a torn labrum in his left shoulder earlier this year and has a pretty good reason to be elsewhere this weekend. Ian Rapoport of NFL Media reports that he is getting married.

The Jaguars are expected to take Lawrence with the first overall pick and there’s been no sign that the injury to his non-throwing shoulder has caused them to have any second thoughts about that choice. Rapoport adds that Lawrence has resumed throwing in the last two weeks.

While Lawrence will not be in Indy, there will be nearly 150 prospects getting examined over the next few days.

18 responses to “Trevor Lawrence getting married this weekend, won’t get medical exam in Indy

  1. I may have found a flaw. Questionable decision making. He’s sliding on my board lol

  2. Uh oh first not going to the draft then not taking a physical. I sense prima Donna. Hope I’m wrong.

  3. Prop bet for which lasts longer, his playing career or his marriage. I’ll take his career…

  4. Unless Lawrence got an airtight prenup, I’d seriously question his thinking skills.

    Florida is a 50/50 state, meaning that the wife will get 50% of the assets acquired during the marriage.

    To show how it’s done right…Patrick Mahomes waited until AFTER he got his huge deal……and they still aren’t married.

  5. Imagine getting married in your early 20’s when you are still just a dumb kid. Then imagine being the #1 pick in the NFL draft and getting married in your early 20’s lmao mind boggling decision making. Drop him down your board lol

  6. Someone talk some sense into this boy, you’re too damn young to get married!!!!!!

  7. Big mistake!!!! Too young to get married, he’s just a kid who hasn’t learned much of anything yet about life. And to boot…he’s about to come into a lot of money with such a huge pond to fish from…SMH…I hope he backs out cause he’ll regret it later and wish he’d waited. SOMEONE PLEASE TALK TO HIM!!!!

  8. I’m going to go against the grain of most commenters here:
    What happened to “getting married young shows a sign of stability & maturity”?
    Used to be that teams & organizations liked it when young people showed signs of commitment at an early age.
    And to many of the posters here: We don’t know his fiancé or anything about her. She may be a stabilizing force in his life.
    And while there’s no guarantee, the odds are low that Lawrence won’t find himself in a position like Ben Rothlisberger did or where Deshaun Watson is right now.

  9. What if he’s known this girl from before he became famous and she always had his back even before then? Every marriage isn’t doomed to fail, and marriage isn’t always about money. He takes her that seriously that he’s committing to her instead of fooling around as a famous athlete. That should be admired, not shamed.

  10. Getting married at an early age is not a sign of maturity or immaturity. Many people his age get married and are divorced within a few years.

    I don’t think that we can judge his maturity based on him getting married.

    What I find odd is that he’s about to come into a whole lot of money. Unless he is making his fiancee sign a pre-nup, he is basically giving her one half of his future earnings.

  11. I wonder what Dan Marino thinks when he hears about stuff like this every year. About 40 years ago, he was as highly touted as Trevor Lawrence, but between the end of the football season and the draft, all the evaluators found all kinds of things wrong with him and he ended up being the 6th QB drafted that year. He eventually slipped all the way down to where the winning teams pick, and Don Shula welcomed him with open arms.

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