The Jacksonville Jaguars made slightly shapely news on Tuesday as NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport reported that they would be franchise tagging Cam Robinson. The 25-year-outmoded is heading into his fifth season in the NFL, and he changed into house to change into a free agent.
Jags coach Urban Meyer, who had a presser following the news, defined the dedication Tuesday afternoon.
“We are heading in that course,” Meyer talked about of tagging Robinson. “[Offensive Line Coach] Coach Warhop feels very sturdy about his future and the progress. We realize he has a nice future. His ceiling is extremely high. I’ve studied him very unheard of. I’ve spent some time with him.
We feel that the manner this free agency is challenging is that the left sort out assert, as constantly but even more now this year from listening to from the fellows who had been in the NFL, this a strong year for that left sort out assert. We feel take care of with what’s correct accessible and with coaching, culture, and trend, Cam [Robinson] has heaps of talent.”
There had been diversified doable choices accessible, comparable to feeble free agent Trent Williams and Baltimore’s Orlando Brown, a switch candidate. Alternatively it looks the Jaguars are going with their in-house left sort out.
Robinson came on sturdy as a rookie in 2017, but he uncared for a entire lot of the next season with an ACL injury. In his final two seasons, he hasn’t fairly developed how Jacksonville had hoped.
However Meyer and his workers seem to restful factor in in him, and though the Jaguars lead the league in cap house with $82 million to utilize, curiously cash obtained’t be allocated to bringing a unusual left sort out to town.