Campground: Day 1

Campground: Day 1

JACKSONVILLE – The Jaguars opened the 2022 Training Camp on Monday.

It was the first day of the first training camp under head coach Doug Pederson, featuring an unpadded workout at the Knight Sports Complex at the Episcopal School of Jacksonville. Every day during camp, four members of Jaguars Media – senior writer John Oehser, senior correspondent Brian Sexton, senior reporter/editor J.P. Shadrick and team reporter Ashlyn Sullivan – will share a note.

Here are Monday’s “camps”:

Here are Monday’s “campservations:”

Here are Monday's "campservations:"

John Oehser, Senior Writer at Jaguars… On the same subject : Older Outlaws Cheerleaders | Sports | overtoncountynews.com.

John Oehser, Jaguars Senior Writer…

It was Day 1 of Camp 22, which means Day 1 of the critical Year 2 for quarterback Trevor Lawrence — and on a light day on the field, Lawrence’s leadership and presence were worth watching off the field. Lawrence, as expected, carried himself as he is – the leader and face of this franchise. He spoke of the importance of off-season work with wide receivers outside of TIAA Bank Field and the camaraderie built up on a trip with skilled players to the Bahamas in the days/weeks leading up to camp. Lawrence led the planning of this trip, another example that he is hardly young in terms of readiness to lead a franchise. This may interest you : Erin Andrews’ Dallas Cowboys Cheerleading Tale Blows Up (Video) – Game 7. Lawrence has been surprisingly primed and ready for his role as the face of the franchise since arriving in Jacksonville as the No. 1 overall pick in the 2021 NFL Draft. But after a difficult rookie season on and off the field, it’s worth noting that Lawrence looks as ready for greatness as he did, this time last year.

Brian Sexton, Senior Correspondent for Jaguars…

Brian Sexton, Jaguars Senior Correspondent…

If there’s a lot to report from the first day of camping, something probably went wrong. So there’s not much to say about Monday except that it looks like it was productive and went according to plan – which is exactly how Doug Pederson wants it. The new coach has been there and done that. You can feel the vibe from everyone associated with the team that this is a different – ​​and much, much better – way of doing business. On a side note, Monday was the first boot camp practice outside of TIAA Bank Field since the first boot camp in Stevens Point, Wisconsin in 1995. On the same subject : Panthers pick 2019 TopCats – Charlotte. Camp used to be about getting your team together outside the house and building chemistry. . That changed a long time ago with better facilities that teams use every day. The players probably won’t notice much since they’re gathering at the stadium and staying together at the hotel, but it’s something else this summer. “It’s nice out here,” Lawrence said. “The change of scenery is good for us and the time on the bus ride gives the guys a chance to get their minds right on what we want done.”

JP Shadrick, Reporter/Senior Editor at Jaguars…

J.P. Shadrick, Jaguars Senior Reporter/Editor …

Camp at Jacksonville Episcopal School kicked off with a “speed-up” day on Monday, with just over an hour of field work. The schedule required by the CBA is designed for players to get used to training conditions, so players cannot even use spider pads for the first couple of days. The first day in real shoulder pads will be Saturday, with the first day in full shoulder pads scheduled for Sunday. Lawrence seemed positive about the offseason work and bonding with his wide receivers/teammates. Now we need to see that start to come together in the next few weeks. It was a nice, but short, start to training – but in just nine days, some players on this team will be playing in a pre-season game. Guys who have doubts about roster spots should focus on starting this camp because they historically get the most playtime from the Hall of Fame Game.

Ashlyn Sullivan, Jaguars team reporter…

Ashlyn Sullivan, Jaguars Team Reporter…

Most notable as of Monday is the return of running backs James Robinson and Travis Etienne Jr. Etienne was 7-on-7 on Monday serving as running back for the first team. Robinson went through exercises running to the side with a sports trainer. Pederson noted before practice how far Robinson has come, saying he didn’t need to be listed on the Physically Unable to Act list, proof that Robinson is in the building every day coming back from that ripped Achilles. Wide receiver Christian Kirk got his chance of the day on Monday; with Lawrence throwing about 25 yards down the left touchline over two defenders, Kirk dragged his toe into the catch. That’s exactly what we want to see the first day after hearing all offseason about this relationship between Lawrence and Kirk.

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