The Jacksonville Jaguars had everyone's curiosity when they beat the Tennessee Titans to win the AFC South title and advance to the playoffs. Heading into the 2023 season, they have the league's attention, which is why some of their players have gotten recognition over the last few months and a few of them have a shot at earning their first Pro Bowl designation.
Trevor Lawrence and return specialist Jamal Agnew represented Jacksonville in the Pro Bowl Games last year. Although there's a good chance they'll return, these five Jaguars should also get the nod in 2023.
5. Jaguars player staring at this 1st Pro Bowl selection: Andre Cisco, S
Safety Andre Cisco was a collegiate star at Syracuse but a couple of injury-marred seasons hurt his draft stock and slid to Round 3 in 2021. He would have surely liked to get picked earlier but he's sure glad he landed with the Jaguars.
Even though Cisco had injury red flags when he went pro, he managed to stay healthy as a rookie. However, he spent most of his first NFL campaign on the sidelines. He finally got a shot near the end of the 2021 season and took advantage of the opportunity to showcase his talent.
After an encouraging display as a rookie, Cisco started most of the 2022 season and went on to make plays. Heading into Year 3, he's been dubbed a potential breakout candidate, and the feeling at the Jaguars' HQ is that he's set to have a banner season.
Expect Cisco's name to be brought up when the best safeties in the conference — Justin Simmons, Kevin Byard, Kyle Dugger, and Minkah Fitzpatrick — are mentioned in 2023.