The Jacksonville Jaguars enter the 2022 NFL season with hopes of turning things around. Rookies and veterans reported to training camp on Sunday and head coach Doug Pederson provided a bit of good news to reporters. Not a single player will start on the physically unable to perform (PUP) list.
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Seeing a relatively healthy roster with Week 1 kickoff creeping closer by the day is a thing of beauty for an NFL team. It's worth noting a few players will be eased into action at the beginning, including running back James Robinson, cornerback Darious Williams and rookie linebacker Devin Lloyd.
This is an especially noteworthy development for Robinson. The third-year pro tore his Achilles only eight months ago, but looks on track to be ready in September. It cannot be overlooked that he has accounted for 2,403 yards of offense and 18 touchdowns across 28 games played for the Jaguars.
Meanwhile, Williams is going to begin individual drills as he battles his way back from an ankle injury. The Super Bowl champion is expected to start at CB after signing a three-year deal in free agency. Lloyd is labeled as day-to-day moving forward due to a hamstring issue he suffered on Sunday.
Keep in mind running back Travis Etienne is also 100% healthy following a foot injury that sidelined him for all of 2021. Pairing him with Robinson gives Jacksonville a dangerous backfield duo. Of course, Etienne averaged 7.8 yards per touch across three college seasons at Clemson.
The Jaguars have odds set at +12000 to win Super Bowl 57, according to FanDuel Sportsbook.
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