No. 3 trade destination for Jaguars LT Cam Robinson: NY Jets
Make no mistake, Cam Robinson can player. Otherwise, the Jags wouldn't have given him a top-market deal and it's fair to assume that he would still be part of their long-term plans if he hadn't violated the league's PED policy. The Louisiana can provide stability at left tackle and one team that currently doesn't have much is the New York Jets.
After acquiring quarterback Aaron Rodgers in the offseason, the Jets are vying for a playoff spot. However, they have questions at offensive tackle with Duane Brown having missed five games due to a rotator cuff injury last year and former first-round pick Mekhi Becton missing the 2022 season after fracturing his kneecap.
Brown is still going strong at 37 and proved how tough he is in 2022, suiting up for 12 games despite the fact that he whole year with a rotator cuff tear. On the other hand, New York might want to err on the side of caution and add depth in case either Brown or Beckton, who's struggled to stay healthy, misses time next season.
The only issue about potentially trading for Robinson is that Brown has hardly ever lined up on the right side. Similarly, Robinson has mostly played left tackle for the Jaguars, so if Beckton goes down with an injury, either one would have to make the switch.
The upside of acquiring Robinson could become Brown's heir apparent and bring stability at left tackle for the Jets for years to come.