5 Jacksonville Jaguars players who may make the Pro Bowl in 2022

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Cam Robinson
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No. 4 Jaguars players who could make the Pro Bowl: Cam Robinson, LT

It’s not been an easy journey for left tackle Cam Robison. A second-round selection in the 2017 draft, the Alabama product made his way into the starting lineup as a rookie but an injury cut his sophomore campaign short. He struggled to find consistency over the next to seasons but the Jaguars’ brass showed confidence in him when they applied the franchise tag on him last offseason.

Robinson repaid the team’s trust with the best year of his career, posting a Pro Football Focus overall grade of 64.7 and allowing just one sack on 573 pass-blocking snaps. Then again, he was playing under the one-year tag and it was uncertain if the Jags would want him back with Walker Little waiting under the wing. However, the organization gave him a three-year deal worth $54 million in the offseason, putting any doubts about this future in Jacksonville to rest.

Without having to worry about his contract situation and firmly entrenched at left tackle, Robinson should be even better in 2022. Barring injury, he should pick up where he left off last year, which could lead to the first Pro Bowl designation of his career.

The NFC is stacked with some of the best left tackles in the whole league. On the other hand, there isn’t much of a consensus in the AFC. This in turn could pave the way for Robinson to make the Pro Bowl this upcoming season.