For the first time in six years, we’re looking at what Team Tabo looks like on the football field.
Her Jaguar’s comeback is now starting to get hectic, and Tabo is starting to learn the finer points. And it’s safe to say that it takes some time to figure out your new situation.
As captured by the Associated Press Mark Long, here is a reps taboo from Friday practice.
Of course, this is one … he continued to learn the ropes like a legal representative from the taboo. And per John Reed of the Florida Times-Union, Jaguars coach Urban Meyer also admitted he was “weird” that he had seen the hard core.
“Oh well, I can’t say weird – it can be weird, first practice,” Meyer said. “But it’s 1 in 90, trying to make a team. He’s improved, it’s all new to him, but Tyler Bowen is doing well overall on our hard side.
Still, the mayor isn’t worried about how Tabco looks to start his time in Jacksonville. He wants to know if the 33-year-old can continue to improve at the end as hard as other players in the position.
‘[James] O’Shaughnessy and [Ben] Elephants in particular, yes – if you watch a video [from] Last year and if you look at them practicing now, it’s night and day; Those guys have really improved. Their position is trending upwards, “Meyer said.” They are doing a good job. This is one step at a time. Let’s see what happens. [Tebow’s] One of 90 people to form a team. ”
No one expected Tubo to be an ally in the very distant end. Not only has he never played a position, but he has not been on the NFL since 2015. He has been playing minor league baseball for the past several years, so it will take some time to adjust to the NFL.
But the work he has done so far is affecting his Jaguar teammates.
“He’s doing what he has to do to get this new position,” said receiver Marvin Jones Jr. “It simply came to our notice then. It’s good to have him here. ”
We’ll see if the taboo is less “weird” on the field. Anyway, at least he didn’t go down without explaining himself first.