Laviska Shenault has been one of the Jaguars more underrated playmakers since Jacksonville selected him in the second round two years ago.
At 6-foot-1, 227-pounds, Shenault is a stoutly built receiver with plenty of wiggle to get open. He's made his share of catches, and even carries, but head coach Doug Pederson sees another role for 23-year-old.
Per News 4 JAX's Jamal St. Cyr, the third-year wideout warmed up with the returners on Tuesday. Adding, "Doug Pederson said he thinks the return game is a place where Shenault can help the team."
Given the talent he's shown, it's easy to see why Pederson would like to find a way to get the ball in Laviska Shenault's hands more.
Shenault has said he's looking forward to earning a role in Jacksonville's revamped receiver room; which added former Cardinal Christian Kirk and former Raider Zay Jones this offseason.
The Jaguars are looking to put their nightmare 2021 behind them with a new coach on the sideline.
That starts with this week's OTAs.