Coach Doug Pederson is wanting ahead to harnessing the sheer athleticism of Jaguars rookie Travon Walker over the approaching seasons.

Travon Walker made his Jacksonville debut of their defeat to the Raiders on the Corridor of Fame Stadium on Thursday.

He recorded a sack, a strain and demonstrated a capability to be taught on the fly.

Travon Walker rushed Raiders LT Brandon Parker and caught QB Jarrett Stidham, however was flagged for roughing the passer.

On the following Raiders possession, Walker cleanly pulled Stidham to the bottom for a 3-yard loss.

 

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“There’s timing points once you [rush] quarterbacks and hitting quarterbacks and when you may hit quarterbacks and all this sort of stuff, and it’s simply going to come back from simply watching it, studying from it,” Pederson stated. “You by no means attempt to decelerate his athleticism and energy that means, however he’ll be taught from it and do higher.

“I believed he did some actually good issues,” Pederson stated. “There have been some early good, fast move rushes in there. He’s very disruptive. He confirmed his size, athleticism, his energy. He’s going to be enjoyable to look at all season.”

The No.1 total decide says there’s extra to come back forward of the brand new NFL season.

 

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“It was positively thrilling, simply to be on the market on an NFL roster, on the market on an NFL group enjoying with different NFL gamers,” Walker stated. “One thing that I’ll all the time keep in mind [will be] my first snap.

“It was positively an thrilling feeling,” Walker stated. “It was my first [sack] however, like, a lot extra to come back.”