Rant Sports says Denard Robinson will be the Jaguars’ biggest weapon
One of the more notable moves that Bradley has made in his short tenure was drafting Denard Robinson. The former Michigan quarterback will be used in a variety of roles for the Jaguars in 2013 as Robinson can be used a wide receiver or running back for the Jaguars offense. Dot be surprised if Robinson factors into special teams as well, either as punt or kickoff returner. Robinson is a dynamic player in open space, and Jacksonville will look to utilize him as one of their biggest weapons.
Owens, a two-time Pro Bowler in special teams, played in 104 games with the Jaguars over the past seven seasons after earning a roster spot as a rookie free agent in 2006, according to the release. He holds the franchise record for career special teams tackles with 118. His career totals include 56 rushes for 292 yards and three touchdowns along with 12 receptions for 132 yards.
Initial reports out of Jacksonville are very solid. It’s obviously early, but Cyprien could be the linchpin of a young secondary that grows up together, helping slow the run and cover the sort of tight ends who are increasingly posing matchup issues around the league.