There are many reasons why the Jacksonville Jaguars went 1-15 last season. On the bright side, they are aware they needed to shake things up if they wanted to turn things around and that’s precisely what they have done this offseason. They started by parting ways with Doug Marrone and hired Urban Meyer as their head coach. They also promoted Trent Baalke from director of player personnel to general manager.
The Jaguars’ roster was devoid of talent in 2020 and Meyer and Baalke will be responsible for adding playmakers this offseason, but before they go into action, they need to decide which players they will re-sign. Wide receiver Keelan Cole should be at the top of their priority list but they need to make a decision on left tackle Cam Robinson.
A second-round selection in 2017, Robinson has been rather inconsistent. He’s only started 16 games in his four-year career once and has never earned a Pro Football Focus grade above 63.4. That doesn’t mean the Alabama product won’t garner interest for his services in the open market if the Jaguars move on from him though.
The demand for left tackles in the NFL outweighs the demand and even average tackles get paid in free agency. Here are three potential landing spots for Robinson if the ‘Jags’ don’t bring him back.