Jacksonville Jaguars 2021 first spherical capture Travis Etienne is formally space to non-public surgery today. In accordance to NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport, Etienne will undergo a scheme by Dr. Robert Anderson to restore the Lisfranc damage he sustained in the Jags’ preseason game in opposition to New Orleans.
#Jaguars first-spherical RB Travis Etienne will undergo foot surgery today on his Lisfranc damage, with renowned expert Dr. Robert Anderson performing the scheme, source acknowledged. Etienne will non-public about a four-month restoration, heaps of time for next season.
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) September 2, 2021
The loss of Etienne for the season was a stout hit for the Jags as they spent the No. 25 overall capture on him in April. They were hoping to add some trot and explosiveness to their offense thru the All-Time leading Atlantic Fly Convention chief from Clemson, but these plans will now non-public to wait except next season.
When asked about the importance of Etienne’s damage, Jags coach Metropolis Meyer told the media that he felt it was a extensive blow for the Jags’ young offense.
“It was a shot to the jaw,” acknowledged Meyer. “He was in fact approaching in put together. We saw his stout-play capability in put together, no longer in a game yet. [It’s] a tough damage. How will we fill that? We’re restful having that conversation appropriate now.”
Etienne achieved the preseason with accurate two speeding attempts for 3 speeding yards and caught a breeze for 3 yards, so the Jags were clearly trying to restful fetch a feel for him. They’ve yet to gain a equivalent player on the dwelling, but Meyer reiterated that the dwelling concerned him on Tuesday, and with accurate three working backs on the roster, one would non-public to mediate they are going to label one soon.