Allen Robinson, wide receiver
The Jacksonville Jaguars need to bring back Allen Robinson.
Looking back, it’s understandable why the Jaguars opted not to re-sign wide receiver Allen Robinson in 2018’s offseason. He was coming off injuries and he was two years removed from his 1,400-yard receiving season. After hauling a paltry 55 receptions for 754 yards and four touchdowns in his first season, it looked like this Jacksonville team had made the right decision.
However, ‘A-Rod’ has had back-to-back 1,000-yard seasons since then and has joined the top echelon of wide receivers in spite of having less-than-stellar quarterback play in the ‘Windy City’. Imagine what he could do catching passes from Trevor Lawrence while wearing black and teal? He already said everything is on the table in terms of his future, which should include a potential reunion with the Jaguars.
Robinson’s musical taste may be questionable, but there’s no doubt he could immediately fortify a wide receiver corps that already includes D.J. Chark Jr. and Laviska Shenault Jr. Think of how the Jaguars’ passing game would look with the trio of playmakers.
The Jaguars have more pressing needs than wide receiver, but that doesn’t mean they can add one of the best ones in the league, which coincidentally used to play in Jacksonville.