Jaguars coach Doug Pederson talks offseason prior to OTA No. 7, gives update on Josh Allen

The Jacksonville Jaguars wrapped up their seventh Organized Team Activity (OTA) session of the offseason Monday.

It marked the final time local media can get a chance to take a look at the team's roster prior to a three-day mandatory minicamp next week.

Teams are allotted a total of 10 OTA sessions throughout the offseason.

Monday, Jaguars head coach Doug Pederson spoke highly of the team's attendance during OTAs thus far.

 A total of 89 players, including safety Ayo Oyelola, who does not count against the team's 90-man offseason roster, were in attendance.

The only two players absent were tight end Evan Engram and outside linebacker Josh Allen.

"I've been pleased. One, because of the participation, the amount of guys that are here.

The No. 1 thing that I look at because it's a voluntary offseason program, next week is the mandatory minicamp,

the only three days that the guys are required to be here," Pederson said when asked about the team Monday.

"So I've been really pleased, been having great participation, great effort, guys are doing the right things.

We've been able to work on some stuff that the coaches have taken away from last season or new ideas, new thoughts.

We've been able to implement those this spring and really just get stuff on film."

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