Camps: Day 4

JACKSONVILLE – Jaguars 2022 Training Camp continued Thursday.

It was the fourth day of the first training camp under head coach Doug Pederson, with a non-padded practice at the Knight Sports Campus of the Episcopal School of Jacksonville. Each day throughout 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 share an observation.

Here are Thursday’s “camp reservations:”

John Oehser, Jaguars senior writer…

John Oehser, Jaguars Senior Writer…

John Oehser, Jaguars Senior Writer…

The theme for Day 4 ’22 training camp was defense. One of the overarching themes of Week 1 — aside from the rapid and obvious development of quarterback Trevor Lawrence and running back Travis Etienne Jr. — is that youth will get an immediate opportunity around the Jaguars in 2022. Not only are rookie outside linebacker Travon Walker (Round 1, No. 1 overall) and rookie inside linebacker Devin Lloyd (Round 1, No. 27) in the starting rotation, rookie center Luke Fortner (Round 3, No. See the article : Skull Session: TBDBITL Receives Spotlight at National Commercial, Justin Fields Lights Brown at NFL Pres. 70) has been working with the first team since Day 1 of camp Monday. “With a guy like Travon, he’s our first choice; you throw him in there and he’s going to be in there,” head coach Doug Pederson said. “You draft these guys for a reason, and that reason is for them to play. We need the depth. We need the talent. We may need to fill a hole. There’s no better time than right now to let them go through a practice, make mistakes and have successes and be able to practice all that instead of Week 1 or 2 of the regular season.”

Brian Sexton, Jaguars senior correspondent…

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Thursday was a day for defense; It almost always happens that day 4 or 5 of camp is when that unit catches up with the offense. Wide receiver Christian Kirk said after practice Thursday that there’s often a point early in camp where the defense makes the offense look bad. The defense was on top Thursday with great energy from guys like outside linebacker Josh Allen, cornerback Shaq Griffin and safety Rayshawn Jenkins. They were seemingly all over the place, causing the quarterback to hold the ball too long or make a bad decision with the ball. On the same subject : How much do Green Bay Packers cheerleaders make?. Second-year corner Tyson Campbell continues to look worlds ahead of where he was when last season ended. Comfortable and confident, he can just unleash his length, quickness and leaping ability after a year where he seemed to think too much. Some would call Thursday a bad day for the offense. I thought the defense played as well as it has since camp began.

J. P. Shadrick, Jaguars senior reporter/editor…

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

This was the defense’s day in the red zone. There were notable passes defended by linebackers Tyrell Adams and Foye Oluokun and defensive backs Tre Herndon and Jenkins. After not recording an interception last season, Griffin picked one off a tipped ball in the end zone. Read also : Why a California Central Coast city loves the Dallas Cowboys. Kicks — and notable misses — were the focus of many observers Thursday, but the Jaguars aren’t concerned right now, four days into camp. Let the pressure of preseason games and situations build for a few weeks before making a final decision at that point.

Ashlyn Sullivan, Jaguars Team Reporter…

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Ashlyn Sullivan, Jaguars Team Reporter…

Kirk offered some good insight after Thursday’s practice, a practice where the offense struggled a bit in the red zone. Kirk mentioned that it was Day 4 of camp, and that’s usually when the defense starts planning to beat the offense, almost a “catch-up” period. This shows Kirk’s experience, knowing that this is a normality – that the offense can start slowly on the first day of a red-zone period. Still, the day the defense – especially the defensive backs – had was not to go unnoticed. Jenkins, Herndon and Griffin all made big plays to shut down the offense. Griffin beamed from ear to ear and walked off the field; he finally got the interception he’s been working for after diving for a tipped pass from tight end Evan Engram. The defense plays fast, explosive and hungry. We knew they would improve from looking at the names on paper, but you can see how much better they are after watching a few days of camp.

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Which NFL team has never been to the playoffs?

Is there an NFL team that has never been to a Super Bowl?

Four NFL franchises have never played in the Super Bowl: Cleveland Browns, Jacksonville Jaguars, Detroit Lions and Houston Texans. The Browns advanced to their first playoff appearance since 2002 last season, but lost in the divisional round.

What is the oldest NFL team to never win a Super Bowl?

The Detroit Lions are the oldest NFL team to never appear in a Super Bowl and the only franchise from the NFC to never play for the trophy. Their last playoff win came in 1992, and that is highly unlikely to change next season.

How many NFL teams have never won a Super Bowl? Which 12 NFL teams have yet to win a Super Bowl? Although the Cleveland Browns have never reached or won the Super Bowl, there was a point in NFL history when the Browns moved out of Cleveland and became the Baltimore Ravens, who have apparently won multiple Super Bowls.

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