Jaguars' Travis Etienne (foot) a "full-go" for offseason program

Jacksonville Jaguars head coach Doug Peterson told reporters Monday that running back Travis Etienne (foot) is a "full-go" for the team's offseason program.

What It Means:

Etienne, a first-round pick in the 2021 NFL Draft, missed the entirety of his rookie season after suffering a devastating Lisfranc injury that required surgery. According to Peterson, it now looks like he's on track for a healthy and full offseason program as the Jags prepare for the 2022 season. With teammate James Robinson recovering from a late-season torn Achilles injury, Etienne could be in line for a massive workload in his first real season in the league.

Etienne was incredibly productive alongside teammate Trevor Lawrence in his time at Clemson, totaling double-digit rushing touchdowns in each of his four seasons. In his final two seasons he became a legitimate weapon as a receiver as well, becoming one of Lawrence's top targets in the process. He has true workhorse upside in the Jaguars' new and improved offense for the upcoming season.