Camping: Day 3

JACKSONVILLE – Jaguars 2022 Training Camp continues Wednesday.

This is the second day of the first training under Head Coach Doug Pederson, showing an unused practice at Knight Sports Campus of the Episcopal School of Jacksonville. Each day at camp, four members of Jaguars Media – senior reporter John Oehser, senior reporter Brian Sexton, senior reporter/editor JP Shadrick and reporter Ashlyn Sullivan – will share a statement.

These are Wednesday’s camps:

John Oehser, Jaguars Senior Correspondent…

John Oehser, Jaguars Senior Writer…

A few thoughts from Day 3. First thoughts: Rookie outside linebacker Travon Walker continues to impress. The No. 1 overall pick in the 2022 NFL Draft, Walker seems to be getting more and more comfortable in the media — and the respect he’s already earned from teammates and coaches is impressive. Any research on Walker is on hold until the pads, of course. He made it clear speaking to the media on Wednesday that he is eagerly awaiting the first Sunday in the pads. He will be a big story. Second thought: Travis Etienne Jr. This may interest you : WATCH: Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders Wedding Video Going Viral. returns for the second year. it was hard to look good at the beginning of camp. He may have had his most impressive run of the camp Wednesday, cutting and accelerating to turn a run around the left side of the line into a long gain. He showed a lot of confidence in the car and did not show any side effects of the Lisfranc injury that kept him out of his entire 2021 season. Etienne has to do that every time – and with pads – to get the kind of impact the Jaguars need from him. But Wednesday is a good day for the No. 25 overall pick in the 2021 NFL Draft.

Brian Sexton, Jaguars Senior Writer…

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Brian Sexton, Jaguars Senior Correspondent…

I saw what I was looking for from Etienne Wednesday. It didn’t break the bank and it won’t make it to the top of every game console from coast to coast, but I saw it and it made me smile. On a simple left hander, Etienne patiently waited for the foul line and tight end to make a seam. Once he found what he was looking for, he went down the line. To see also : Rookie minicamp: “We want to challenge them…”. The Jaguars chose Etienne as a difference maker; without him last year, they struggled to find big plays to keep the defense off balance. It’s a long way to go, but for almost a year, I’ve been waiting to see if the running back can overcome a career-ending injury. I waited and wondered if he was back, if he had the same qualities that would make him the ACC’s all-time great and one of the most beloved players in football. the college? I saw it on Wednesday and I would love to see it again, time and time again, this season.

J. P. Shadrick, Senior Writer/Director Jaguars…

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

I’m interested in what happens on the offensive line in the coming weeks. Left tackle Cam Robinson and right guard Brandon Scherff are slam-dunk starters. At the start of camp Tyler Shatley is at left guard and Luke Fortner is the first team choice at center. This may interest you : PC appoints Lu Steinfeldt as head cheerleader coach. Walker Little and Jawaan Taylor seem to be moving around right. We will begin to see this when the pads continue on the weekend, because driving one by one to disperse the front seven has become the focus.

Ashlyn Sullivan, Jaguars Team Reporter…

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Cornerback Tyson Campbell took a huge leap late last season … and only took another leap during training camp. Campbell had two passes during Wednesday’s game, one intercepted by Marvin Jones Jr. and another to Zay Jones. After his second pass, he yelled “It’s like Chick Fil A on Sunday,” referring to his side of the closed field. I was happy to see this kind of confidence from a second-year player who faced a lot of scrutiny during his freshman year and was quiet about it. Campbell is a very easy player to root for and the Jaguars need him to continue to play at this level as he will start alongside Shaq Griffin. The defensive line was later on Wednesday as well; I counted three “would-be” sacks – two from Josh Allen and one from Dawuane Smoot. I think the argument can be made that the offense has been holding the ball a little too long, making the defensive line a key factor on Wednesday. We’ll find out if that’s the case come Sunday when the pads come on.

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