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Travis Etienne is out indefinitely with a foot issue, according to the Jaguars.

According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter and Bob Self through Imagn Content Services, LLC, Jaguars running back Travis Etienne is sidelined indefinitely with a midfoot strain.
Before leaving Monday’s game against New Orleans, Etienne grabbed one pass for three yards and carried the ball once.
He will need more tests to ascertain the extent of his injuries, and he was seen wearing a protective boot after the game.
Jacksonville chose the former Clemson Tiger in the first round of the 2021 NFL Draft, making him the second former Tiger to do so.
Etienne was enthralled by the No.
The Jaguars selected ex-Clemson quarterback Trevor Lawrence with the No. 25 pick, 24 spots after the Jaguars selected ex-Clemson quarterback Trevor Lawrence with the No. 25 pick.
After the game, Jaguars head coach Urban Meyer claimed he didn’t know the extent of Etienne’s injury.
When the Jaguars face the Texans in Week 1, the rookie running back could be out of the lineup.
Etienne and his associates
will attempt to return the Jaguars to the playoffs in 2021 after a three-year absence.
Since 2000, Jacksonville has only made the playoffs three times, and the team has never made it to the Super Bowl.
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Sean McVay of the Rams and Kevin Stefanski of the Browns are among The Athletic’s NFL 40 under 40.

Sean McVay of the Los Angeles Rams and Kevin Stefanski of the Cleveland Browns are two of four head coaches named to The Athletic’s second annual NFL 40 under 40 list, which includes some of the league’s brightest young off-field emerging stars.
Aside from head coaches, the list includes a wide range of NFL roles, from coordinators like Carolina’s Joe Brady to media workers like ESPN’s Mina Kimes.
Michael Clay, the special-teams coordinator for the Philadelphia Eagles, is the league’s youngest coordinator at the age of 29.
That individual had to be younger than 40 before Aug. 1 to be considered for the list, which took into account opinions from those working in and around the NFL.
In order to promote up-and-comers, certain well-known names were left off the list.
Check out Lindsay Jones’ full story in the “Go Further” section below to learn more about the rest of the NFL 40 under 40 class of 2021.
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Ken Anderson and Ken Riley have been inducted into the Bengals’ first Ring of Honor.

The Cincinnati Bengals announced on Thursday that Ken Anderson and Ken Riley will join Paul Brown and Anthony Munoz in the team’s inaugural Ring of Honor class.
Season ticket holders chose Anderson and Riley from a list of 17 former Bengals players.
The Bengals chose Brown, a co-founder and longtime coach, and Munoz, a Hall of Fame offensive tackle, as the class’s first two members earlier this year.
“We have a lengthy history of players, many of whom have been outstanding.”
In a statement, Bengals owner Mike Brown stated, “Ken Anderson and Ken Riley are at the top of that list of great players.”
“These were the type of players we like to think make up our team.”
I’m glad they’re the fans’ favorite.” Anderson has spent the most time with the Bengals (16 seasons), more than any other player in franchise history.
With 32,838 passing yards, the former quarterback holds the record for most passing yards in franchise history.
He led the Bengals to their first Super Bowl victory in 1981, winning the NFL MVP and passing title in the process.
Throughout his 15 seasons with the Bengals, Riley appeared in a Bengals-record 207 games.
With 65 career interceptions, the former cornerback ranks fifth all-time in the NFL.
He is the Bengals’ all-time leader in interception return yards (596) and touchdown interception returns (five).
The Ring of Honor induction ceremony for Cincinnati will take place during halftime on September 1.
The Bengals will face the Jacksonville Jaguars on October 30.