Jacksonville Jaguars believe Cam Robinson is the answer at left tackle

Cam Robinson #74 of the Jacksonville Jaguars (Photo by Julio Aguilar/Getty Images)
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Cam Robinson #74 of the Jacksonville Jaguars (Photo by James Gilbert/Getty Images) /

The Jacksonville Jaguars can now turn their attention to other positions.

The franchise tag for an offensive tackle this year will be around $14.5 million, but even after securing Robinson, the Jaguars will still have plenty of cap room. They were expected to have $82 million but after deducting the cost the tag, they will have $67.5 million at their disposal. Without having to worry about the left tackle position, Jacksonville can now address other position groups in free agency.

The Jaguars need to bolster their defensive line, so they could add a pass rusher or a defensive tackle, Leonard Williams will be off the market but Dalvin Tomlinson will most likely be available. They also need to find a starting cornerback to play opposite of C.J. Henderson and someone to handle slot duties. Also, a safety would be a welcomed addition to their secondary.

On the other side of the ball, they could add another wide receiver in free agency. Allen Robinson and Chris Godwin will be franchised tag too, but even with them off the market, there will be a few enticing options such as Kenny Golladay and Curtis Samuel. They could also bolster their tight end room and sign either Hunter Henry or Jonnu Smith. Regardless of the position groups they decide to upgrade in free agency, left tackle won’t be a priority.