5 Jacksonville Jaguars who are next in line to make the Pro Bowl

• The Jaguars had 3 of their players make the 2024 Pro Bowl. These 5 could be next.

Jacksonville Jaguars linebacker Travon Walker (44) walks off the field after the game an NFL
Jacksonville Jaguars linebacker Travon Walker (44) walks off the field after the game an NFL / Corey Perrine / USA TODAY NETWORK
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After years of not sending players to the Pro Bowl, the Jacksonville Jaguars were well-represented in the 2024 edition. Coincidentally, outside linebacker Josh Allen who got the nod alongside long-snapper Ross Matiscik and tight end Evan Engram, was one of their last players to earn a designation back in 2019.

This is the second time both Allen and Engram make the Pro Bowl, although the latter earned his first selection as a member of the New York Giants in 2020. Matiscik, for his part, made the cut for the first time in his career. Other Jaguars players were selected as alternates but weren't ultimately called.

That said, Jacksonville could send more players next year. Some of them should most definitely earn a designation if they either bounce back or hit their stride next year. So which Jaguars could appear in the next edition of the Pro Bowl games? Here are five candidates.

5. Travis Etienne, running back

Running back Travis Etienne is coming off a somewhat down season, through no fault of his. Although he crossed the 1,000-yard mark for the second straight year, he averaged less than 4.0 yards per carry. Then again, a close look will show that he was responsible for 64 broken tackles, second only to Christian McCaffrey's 72. On top of that, Etienne moved the chains 53 times, one more time than the year prior, and scored 13 touchdowns.

However you looked it, the former Clemson Tiger had a fine season despite the fact that the Jaguars weren't able to get the running game going. It's fair to assume that he'll be even more productive in 2024 if the team's brass reinforces the trenches. When you take into account that Derrick Henry is a free agent and could leave the AFC, it's reasonable to think Etienne can make the Pro Bowl next year.