"Second-year receivers Allen Robinson and Allen Hurns are heading to the University of Minnesota to participate in Larry Fitzgerald’s annual offseason camp. The two will work with other NFL receivers and quarterbacks on such things as route running, receiver-specific drills, and agility, speed and strength workouts. It’s led by Fitzgerald, the Arizona Cardinals’ All-Pro receiver."
"The top three corners right now would be Demetrius McCray (who started 12 games last season), Davon House (a free-agent signee from Green Bay) and nickelback Aaron Colvin. Dwayne Gratz and Jeremy Harris, however, are close behind after having a good stretch of OTAs and minicamp."
"There was one other player who made an impact like Hurns, and his incredible progress helped the Jaguars for as long as he saw the field in 2014: Denard Robinson.To Jaguars fans and anyone who was quick to bite on rapid spikes in fantasy production, Robinson became a conundrum: How could this former Michigan quarterback turn into a running back who has shown remarkable promise?"
"But will Bortles take a step forward? Second-year wide receiver Allen Robinson may force him to.Robinson spent much of last season trying to carve out a role for himself. Cecil Shorts III was the veteran leader, Marqise Lee was the much-hyped rookie and Allen Hurns was the pleasant surprise. Robinson, who missed most of OTAs and preseason with a hamstring injury, looked like the odd man out. Missing the final six games with a broken right foot didn’t help either.But this year could be different as Robinson, to the delight of Bortles, has been lighting it up in Jacksonville’s offseason program."
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