Two seasons, two injuries. James O’Shaughnessy has a chance to make an impact as a potential starting tight end on this roster, should offensive coordinator Jay Gruden use that option in the passing game.
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O’Shaughnessy was having his best season as a Jaguar when he suffered a knee injury in Week 5 of the season last year. He could be one of those under-the-radar players who have more of an impact than expected this season.
"“I’m doing well even with all this craziness of the coronavirus going on, it didn’t interrupt my rehab schedule very much if at all,” O’Shaughnessy said when interviewed on 1010XL. “I’ve still been working since the end of the season to get back healthy and it looks like I’ll be right on time and if the season starts on time, I’ll be ready to go week one.”"
Having him and Tyler Eifert on the field together could be something dynamic here in Jacksonville.