Lisfranc Injury Football – Jacksonville Jaguars’ first-round pick’s freshman season is finished.
Jacksonville Jaguars first-round running back Travis Etienne experienced a Lisfranc injury in Week 2 of preseason, per NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport. The degree of the injury will decide how long he’ll miss and ideally we’ll get more data sometime in the afternoon. In any case, we do realize that this injury, regardless of whether it’s gentle, can take pulls out for around a month. Chris Carson had Lisfranc which kept him out about a month, while Joe Mixon had it also and missed the vast majority of the period.
It’s too soon to discount Etienne’s season, yet he will probably miss Week 1 of the period and be at a major disadvantage his newbie year. Etienne was at that point playing behind both James Robinson and Carlos Hyde in preseason, so he’s especially a player to try not to face a challenge on in 2021 dream football drafts.
Lead trainer Urban Meyer faced that challenge in the first round of the Jaguars genuine NFL draft however. The Jaguars had a breakout season from undrafted Robinson last year, however Meyer chose to utilize a first-rounder on one more running back. That didn’t have all the earmarks of being a decent decision then, at that point and truly doesn’t appear to be a decent decision now.