Utah junior quarterback Jordan Wynn has decided to give up football due to an injured shoulder. (Stephen Dunn/Getty Images)
Utah quarterback Jordan Wynn has ended his playing career due to another shoulder injury, ESPN.com reports.
He has already had three operations on that shoulder and faces another one. Wynn, a junior, threw for 4,637 yards with 33 touchdowns and 17 interceptions in his career.
Whittingham says Wynn decided it was "time to move on" and that he "fought the good fight" after coming back previously from a pair of season-ending shoulder injuries.
Whittingham said further medical tests need to be done but that it's likely Wynn will need surgery on his left, non-throwing shoulder.
Whittingham said that senior Jon Hays and freshman Travis Wilson will now battle to see who starts against BYU this Saturday.