2022 Offseason: Jaguar’s Final Analysis – Veteran to Watch

2022 Offseason: Jaguar's Final Analysis - Veteran to Watch

JACKSONVILLE – Seven Jaguars experts – Rick Ballou, Frank Frangie, Brent Martineau, John Oehser, Brian Sexton, J.P. Shadrick and Ashlyn Sullivan – break down the Jaguars as the 2022 NFL season approaches; today: the veteran to watch the Jaguars in ’22…

Rick Ballou, Jaguars sideline reporter

Rick Ballou, Jaguars sideline reporter

Rick Ballou, Jaguars sideline reporter

Veteran to watch for the Jaguars in ’22: James Robinson, running back. Sure, it’s only his third season, but Jacksonville is a much better team with him in the lineup. Robinson seems to think he is close to returning after tearing his Achilles at the end of last season. To see also : Traffic reporter Sha Tabb’s dating profile is a Times Square billboard. Watching him do some work on the side during practice during 2022 Organized Team Activities was positive. This will be one of the biggest storylines when Jaguars 2022 Training Camp begins.

Frank Frangie, Radio Voice of the Jaguars

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Frank Frangie, Radio Voice of the Jaguars

Veteran to watch for the Jaguars in ’22: I think all eyes are on wide receiver Christian Kirk. The Jaguars over the years simply haven’t had star wide receivers since Jimmy Smith and Keenan McCardell. Read also : Browns Jaguars Football | National Sports | heraldchronicle.com. Some guys flashed – Allen Robinson for a bit, Justin Blackmon if he could have managed the demons. But not many. Can’t wait to see what Kirk becomes here.

Brent Martineau, Action Sports Jax Sports Director

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Veteran to watch for the Jaguars in ’22: The veteran I’m keeping an eye on will be tight end Dan Arnold. I think this guy is good. I think he’s a matchup problem for teams. See the article : Highlights: The Intermezzo. I also think he is overshadowed with the acquisition of Evan Engram as an unrestricted free agent. If Arnold stays healthy, he could become a problem for defenses in 2022.

John Oehser, jaguars.com senior writer

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Veteran to watch for the Jaguars in ’22: Foye Oluokun. The Jaguars signed the veteran inside linebacker as an unrestricted free agent — a signing that was perhaps somewhat lost with many observers focusing on the offensive signings: wide receivers Zay Jones and Christian Kirk, tight end Evan Engram and right guard Brandon Scherff. Oluokun led the NFL in tackles last season and he is expected to be the leader of a revamped linebacking corps. That group is expected to dramatically improve a run defense that has struggled too often in recent seasons.

Brian Sexton, jaguars.com senior correspondent

Brian Sexton, jaguars.com senior correspondent

Veteran to watch for the Jaguars in ’22: I can’t wait to watch defensive lineman Roy Robertson-Harris when camp opens. He quietly had a strong first season in Jacksonville – and with his huge frame and powerful leverage, he did a lot more than most people would say they saw. He was all over the field during OTAs. I think he’s going to be tough to stop when the offense can’t get a second body on him or chip him because they’re worried about outside linebackers Josh Allen and Travon Walker. There are a lot of pieces for defensive coordinator Mike Caldwell to work with this season and I think Robertson-Harris will be a big beneficiary of more talent as he looks like a force to be reckoned with.

J. P. Shadrick, jaguars.com reporter/editor

J.P. Shadrick, jaguars.com reporter/editor

Veteran to watch for the Jaguars in ’22: Wide receiver Laviska Shenault Jr. Can he find a role in this offense with so many new options and positions? He can line up anywhere, but will he be consistent enough (ie, catching the ball) to take another producing player off the field?

Ashlyn Sullivan, Digital reporter and host

Ashlyn Sullivan, Digital reporter and host

Veteran to watch for the Jaguars in ’22: Wide receiver Marvin Jones Jr. I laughed during one OTA when Jones told reporters he was just like Benjamin Button – getting better with age. I don’t think Jones was set up for success last season; he was the only receiver defenses felt they had to double team, which often meant Jones was taken out of the game. The Jaguars’ free agency additions will help Jones a lot and take some of the attention off him. As the downfield threat where he can just go down the sideline, go up and get the ball… I expect Jones to have a more efficient season this year.

Who will Jaguars draft 2022?

Introducing the 2022 NFL Draft class of the Jacksonville Jaguars

  • Round 1 | No. 1 overall. The Pick: DL Travon Walker, Georgia. …
  • Round 1 | No. 27 overall. The Pick: LB Devin Lloyd, Utah. …
  • Round 3 | No. 65 overall. …
  • Round 3 | No. 70 overall. …
  • Round 5 | No. 154 overall. …
  • Round 6 | No. 197 overall. …
  • Round 7 | No. 222 overall.

Who are the Jaguars expected to draft? The Jaguars are poised to make one of the most important picks in franchise history, with needs along both the offensive and defensive lines and the likely candidates at No. 1 being Georgia edge rusher Travon Walker, Michigan edge rusher Aidan Hutchinson and North Carolina State offensive lineman Ikem Ekwonu.

Who is number 16 on the Jaguars?

From the Field: K’Lavon Chaisson.

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