Jaguars’ Shatley returns to follow days after coping with an irregular heartbeat

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) — Jacksonville Jaguars offensive lineman Tyler Shatley is again at follow three days after coping with an irregular heartbeat.

Coach Doug Pederson mentioned Saturday that Shatley went into atrial fibrillation — a fast heartbeat — following a sizzling and humid follow Wednesday. 

“We received him instantly, received him handled,” Pederson mentioned. “He’s superb. He’s OK. He’s with the crew. Every little thing’s calmed down. He’ll be on the market right this moment. He’ll be in uniform, however till he’s cleared, he’ll simply work on the facet and all that.”

Shatley was in full pads Saturday and doing a little gentle work with the second-team offense. He sat out 11-on-11 drills.

The 32-year-old Shatley is Jacksonville’s longest-tenured participant. He’s performed in 128 video games, with 45 begins, since making the roster as an undrafted rookie from Clemson in 2014.

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