5 Jaguars salary-cap decisions the Jacksonville Jaguars will have to make in 2024

• The Jaguars will have to make a few tough decisions to free up cap space in 2024.
Oct 15, 2023; Jacksonville, Florida, USA; Jacksonville Jaguars outside linebacker Josh Allen (41)
Oct 15, 2023; Jacksonville, Florida, USA; Jacksonville Jaguars outside linebacker Josh Allen (41) / Morgan Tencza-USA TODAY Sports
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2. Will the Jaguars cut or trade Cam Robinson this offseason?

One of the biggest sources of breathing room for the Jaguars this offseason will be Cam Robinson. The veteran left tackle inked a three-year deal worth $54 million in 2022. He has a salary of $21.1 million in 2024 but the Jaguars could create $17.2 million if they trade him or release him. Robinson, a second-round pick in 2017, served a four-game suspension to start the season. When he returned the offensive line performed better. That said, the Jaguars have options at the position, so they can afford to move on from him if they choose to.

There won't be many appealing options in free agency for teams in need of help at left tackle, so Jacksonville could get a second or third-round pick in exchange for Robinson. The fact that the Jaguars have Walker Little and Anton Harrison in the fold could incentivize them to move on from Robinson.

Little has previously filled in for Robinson when he's missed time. He's entering the last-year deal of his rookie deal and should get a chance to prove he could be the long-term answer at the position. But if the team's brass isn't sold on Little, they could then plug Anton Harrison at left tackle.

Having played left tackle at Oklahoma, Harrison made the transition to the right side as a rookie. He says he wouldn't mind returning to left tackle and general manager Trent Baalke didn't rule out the switch the last time he met with the local media. The bottom line is that it looks like Robinson is on his way out. The only question is whether he'll get released or traded.