Calvin Ridley's NFL victorious return inspires Jaguars quarterback Trevor Lawrence.

Trevor Lawrence, Jaguars quarterback, praised Calvin Ridley's return from a year-long suspension.

Calvin Ridley played in an NFL game for the first time in over two years on Sunday. 

He was noticeable in the Jacksonville Jaguars' Week 1 triumph against the Indianapolis Colts.

Ridley last played in the NFL on October 24, 2021, with the Atlanta Falcons.

In a 30-28 win over the Miami Dolphins, he caught four catches for 26 yards, including a score.

One week later, the 2020 Second-Team All-Pro revealed he would focus on mental health.

In March 2022, the NFL suspended Ridley for at least the 2022 season for wagering on NFL games in 2021, including Falcons games.

 The Jaguars acquired him from Atlanta in November.

Calvin Ridley caught eight passes for 101 yards in his new number, No. 0, making his new team seem good for taking a chance on him.

He scored the Jaguars' first touchdown of the season when Trevor Lawrence found him in the end zone with 5:18 left in the first quarter.

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