The Jacksonville Jaguars could add some reinforcements on the offensive line. Fortunately, they won't have to look for outside help given that Cam Robinson will be eligible to return from the suspension he's currently serving after Week 4.
Robinson, who signed a three-year deal worth $54 million last year, got slapped with a suspension in the offseason for violations to the NFL performance-enhancing drug policy. During his absence, Walker Little has filled in at left tackle and has done an admirable job, giving up just one total pressure in one game.
But as good as Little's been, the rest of the offensive line hasn't fared as well. The good news is that Robinson will give the Jaguars options when he returns. With that in mind, here are four moves the team's brass can make once Robinson is back in the fold.
The Jaguars can give Cam Robinson his job back, move Walker Little to left guard
Cam Robinson has solely lined up at left tackle in the NFL, so it's hard to envision him playing a different position. It would be easier to move Walker Little around. Last year, he competed with Jawaan Taylor for the right tackle job. While he lost the battle, his experience on that side of the offensive line makes it a possibility.
An alternative would be to move Walker Little to left guard, where he took reps in training camp. Incumbent Ben Bartch missed most of the offseason while he recovered from a knee injury he suffered last year.
Bartch fared well in the opener but struggled in Week 2. There's a reason to believe he'll get better as the season progresses but if he regresses and the Kansas City Chiefs game was a sign of things to come, the Jaguars' brass could insert Little at left guard.