Jaguars WR Allen Robinson has been the star of the offseason program, showing big-play ability all over the field and most noticeably in and around the end zone.
"He's been unbelievable," quarterback Blake Bortles said as the Jaguars wrapped up a mandatory, three-day minicamp. "He's definitely a threat now in the red zone. ... He's physical. He can run and do everything out in the open field, so he's been fun to throw to."
Robinson averaged 5.2 catches for 61 yards and 0.22 TD from Week 2 to Week 10, which extrapolates to an 84-974-3.6 over the course of a full 16-game season. He posted fringe WR2-type numbers before suffering a stress fracture in his foot. The Jacksonville receiving corps should feature Robinson, Marqise Lee and Allen Hurns. If QB Blake Bortles can progress, this could be a dangerous passing game.