The Facts: Minshew has already made it clear he won't settle for No. 2 behind No. 1 overall pick Trevor Lawrence. The third-year quarterback is getting a chance to prove himself as the Jags begin training camp. Reporting from Jaguars practice Wednesday, NFL Network's James Palmer says Minshew took the first two reps of the team's first 7-on-7 drills with Lawrence taking the next two. Palmer added that the QBs trotted out on the field in the same order for 11-on-11 drills.
Diehards Line:The arrangement of QBs taking reps is only speculative, for now, but first-year head coach Urban Meyer has maintained he would bring a competitive spirit to Jacksonville. Handling the No. 1 overall pick is no easy task, with early conjectures running amok on even the most menial details. While an injury hamstrung his 2020 season, Minshew failed to hold his starting job, going 1-7 in his eight starts.