PK talks Jason Babin being ready for camp
The Jaguars need Babin to be a productive tone-setter for them this season. It’s best if he can take on that role from the first snap of camp. If they need to be cautious with him at the start, however, that is fine if it increases the chances he’ll be ready to go on opening day against Kansas City.
Bradley said Babin’s groin “just didn’t feel right,” so he went to Philadelphia for a second opinion and opted for surgery. Bradley adds that “everything went well, went really well.”
Sanders, the receiver out of South Carolina, might be used as a poor man’s Tavon Austin, according to King, while the team is exploring a Kordell Stewart-esque “slash” role for Robinson, the former Michigan quarterback. Reports out of organized team activities have hinted at Robinson — listed as a running back on the depth chart — seeing 10 to 15 snaps per game out of the backfield.