Baylor QB Charlie Brewer will be limited by shoulder injury in spring

Baylor quarterback Charlie Brewer, who aggravated a shoulder injury during the Bears’ 45-22 loss to TCU last season, will be limited this spring, says coach Matt Rhule.

Brewer, who led the Bears to their only win in 2017, still needs to heal from the injury, according to Waco Tribune-Herald’s John Werner, but it’s not expected he’ll require surgery.

It seems Rhule is impressed so far with freshman and former four-star quarterback Gerry Bohanon, who enrolled early this semester out of Earle, Ark. The Baylor coach is also not opposed to adding a graduate-transfer quarterback, according to Sic Em 365’s Craig Smoak.

Brewer threw for 1,562 yards passing and 11 touchdowns in his debut season. The Austin, Texas, native also had only 4 interceptions and completed 68.1 percent of his 204 passing attempts in 2017.

Brewer was not the Bears’ starter to begin the 2017 season. Rhule rolled with Anu Solomon to start the year before switching to Zach Smith in late September.

Brewer came on later in the year and is expected to start for the Bears in 2018, barring any other setbacks.

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