The Jacksonville Jaguars have spent the weekend getting a glimpse of the future. The three day rookie mini-camp brought in 18 guys total (including a couple who spent the entirety of last season on the practice squad) and allowed Head Coach Urban Meyer and staff the opportunity to see their drafted and signed players running the Jags playbook for the first time. The rookie mini-camp wraps up Sunday and there is a little over a week until offseason OTA’s begin next Wednesday.
Being a rookie in the NFL is not easy, especially for those picked in the first and second rounds of a draft. No one has as much expectations to live up to than former Clemson quarterback Trevor Lawrence. He became the first Clemson Tiger in history to be selected as the No.
The switch didn't come as a surprise, as head coach Urban Meyer told the rookie about the plan almost as soon as he joined the team. "Coach informed me that the very next day after I got drafted," Etienne said. "When I came out here, he brought me into a room, asked me how I felt about it, and I feel great about it.