The Jacksonville Jaguars were a surprise team this past season after winning the AFC South and advancing to the AFC Divisional Round before losing to the Kansas City Chiefs. Doug Peterson was able to build an offense around Trevor Lawrence and Travis Etienne as both had excellent seasons, which essentially was his first in the NFL.
Etienne missed his entire rookie season due to a foot injury but last year played in all 17 games, starting 12, and had 1,125 rushing yards, five rushing touchdowns, with 35 receptions and 316 receiving yards.
Earlier in the season, Etienne split the workload with James Robinson but he was traded midseason to the New York Jets. However, they appear to be in the market to add another running back to pair with Etienne based on comments by Doug Pederson at the NFL Combine. A veteran like Devin Singletary could make sense for the Jaguars as they are a young team and it gives Jacksonville an experienced player with playoff experience.