Quinn Ewers teases some potential good news for Longhorns fans!
Austin, Texas - Despite only recently sustaining a serious shoulder injury, Longhorns starting quarterback Quinn Ewers looks like he's ready for an early comeback.
Ewers appears to be getting healthier by the day, as he was seen warming up during his team's game against the University of Texas at San Antonio in Week 3.
Second-year head coach Steve Sarkisian also revealed in a press conference ahead of Week 4 that all of his quarterbacks – who are currently rehabbing injuries – have returned to the field for full practices in preparation for the road game against Texas Tech
Ewers had suffered a significant shoulder injury towards the end of the first quarter of Week 2 battle against then No. 1 Alabama. He was diagnosed with a clavicle sprain that was initially projected to keep him sidelined for 4-6 weeks.
Fortunately for Texas, however, the top athlete appears to be on the track for a much sooner return.
"They all practiced today, which is a positive," Sarkisian said of his quarterbacks during his Monday press conference. "That to me is a really good sign. Last Monday they didn't all practice, so to have the point to where we are today from the quarterback situation where they were all out there is a great sign. Everybody was in there doing their team drills and different things."
While it has not yet been confirmed when Texas will bring their starter Ewers back for a game, the Longhorns are set to face Texas Tech on September 24 at 3:30 PM EDT.
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