The Jacksonville Jaguars are dealing with a little bit of off-season drama right now. They are going to be without Cam Robinson for the first four games of the season due to a PED suspension.
That is not good news for the Jaguars as they will be missing a starting left tackle for a significant portion of the season.
There was some thought that first-round pick Anton Harrison was going to be his replacement at left tackle. However, it seems pretty obvious that they are going to be using Harrison at right tackle regardless of the news.
It sounds like second-round pick from 2021 Walker Little is going to be the left tackle to start off with Robinson's suspension. It sounds like the Jaguars have a good plan in place here for this.
The Jaguars are in need of people to step up with Cam Robinson out.
It is a decision that the team is making to make sure that they do the best they can on the offensive line.
With how good Trevor Lawrence and his weapons can be when the offensive line does its job, it is fair to worry about this stuff. This offense is so good and can help lead them to big things if everybody does their job.
Head coach Doug Pederson has dealt with stuff like this before so they are in good hands. You can count on the right decisions to be made in interesting times like this.
Cam Robinson will eventually return from his suspension (if he isn't traded) and that will change things up once again. Seeing how they handle that will be the most interesting part of this all.
We have to hope that the Jaguars are a team that doesn't see this keep happening. The players that are brought in need to stay out of this kind of trouble so they can help the team win.