He left the field on a cart, according to Tania Ganguli of the Florida Times-Union.
“Garrard injured himself during 11-on-11 drills, but the extent of the injury, or what is injured, is unknown,” Ganguli wrote. “He was seen being worked on by Jaguars trainer Mike Ryan and appeared to be limping when he left the practice field.”
Ganguli later reported via Twitter that head coach Jack Del Rio didn't think the injury was too serious.
"Del Rio didn't seem to think Garrard's back tightness was a big deal. Said this is not the time to push it."
While the injury may not be season ending, the timing of Gararrd’s back pain is interesting to say the least, especially if he loses starting reps because of it. Garrard, 33, has been the team’s starter the past four seasons, but his role on the team has been up in the air since the Jaguars selected Blaine Gabbert with the 10th overall pick in the 2011 NFL Draft.
What does this mean for Garrard’s career with the Jaguars? Will this pave the way for Gabbert earlier than expected? Jaguars 101 will have a reaction piece on this news shortly.