The Jags have had a busy few weeks, from opening the Miller Electric Center, a new 18 acre 124,767 square foot training facility and practice fields to starting training camp. Year 2 of Doug Pederson’s as head coach has begun and these new generation Jacksonville Jaguars have completed the first week of training camp. The first week of training camp ended Saturday July 29th with a solid first week. With 4 practices completed Trevor looks really comfortable with a full off season of rest and even looks like he gained a few pounds of muscle. On another note, Calvin Ridley is such a huge addition for the Jaguars and his ability, speed and route running is second to none. 

The running backs room is another room that has talent spilling out its doors. In year 3 Travis Etienne is ready to slash and dash the league and he’s just as fast and shifty as last year. This year’s addition of Tank Bigsby is another player that looks like he will provide an immediate impact in the power run game. The defense has developed some returning late round players from last year’s draft and have become stronger in doing so. They seem more comfortable with the defensive scheme and have added some much needed depth along the defensive line and secondary. 

2022 1st overall pick Trayvon Walker looks very lean and in tip top shape ready to cause havoc. On the other side Josh Allen is poised to up the best numbers of his career in a contract year. Here’s to an exciting 2023 season as the Jaguars look to defend the AFC South.