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Prowling the Web: Allen Robinson is Primed for a Breakout


Allen Robinson is primed for a breakout, or so the latest Jacksonville Jaguars articles tell us.

Three Players Primed for a Breakout (including Allen Robinson) – iSports Web

"Allen Robinson is the easiest choice for a player ready to break out in 2015. Just before having his season ended with a broken foot and a stint on injured reserve, Robinson seemed to be on the verge of putting it all together. He was Blake Bortles go to target and that connection was one of the few parts of the Jaguar’s offense that consistently worked. Even ESPN, despite their reservations to ever bother to acknowledge the Jaguars half the time, ranked him as one of the top second year players to watch out for in 2015. In only ten games, Robinson ranked first on the team in first downs and third in receptions. His straight-line speed is not elite, but he’s strong enough to break tackles and athletic enough to fight through the traffic and come down with a catch."

Five Questions the Jacksonville Jaguars Must Answer in Training Camp – Rant Sports

"Jacksonville didn’t make a splash at the wide receiver position, but there is no question that they have some talent already on their roster. Allen Hurns, Marqise Lee, Allen Robinson and Ace Sanders will be asked to step up in a big way. Those four players are still very young and haven’t been consistent to this point in their careers, which is something that they will need to prove before the season gets underway."

The Latest Jacksonville Jaguars Offseason Buzz – Bleacher Report

"It’s fantastic to see Bortles gaining confidence in his game and in the team. A 17-interception season is hard to bounce back from, but Bortles realizes the situation and has focused on getting better, which is the proper mentality for his current situation."

Chris Clemons Will Participate in Mandatory Minicamp – ESPN

"Had he skipped the three-day minicamp, which runs Tuesday-Thursday, Clemons was facing a fine of up to $72,920, according to the NFL’s collective bargaining agreement.Clemons was the only player that did not participate in the Jaguars’ nine voluntary organized team activities."

Allen Hurns a Member of “Able-Family” – Florida Times-Union

"“Just working on getting in and out of my breaks faster to create separation against the corner,” he said. “In this league, that’s what you need to do.”The expectation is Hurns will need to win his match-ups against outside cornerbacks, but …“I’m pretty flexible,” he said. “They’ve told me to be ready to play everything.”"

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