The Jacksonville Jaguars have narrowed Denard Robinson's playlist.
The Jaguars originally put the former Michigan star in just about every offensive formation and special teams unit they had during offseason workouts. He lined up at running back, receiver and quarterback, and also returned punts and kickoffs.
However, there was one recurring theme: ball security. Robinson, who's listed as an "offensive weapon" on the depth chart, struggled to hold onto the football, dropping passes, fumbling snaps and botching punts.
So the Jaguars decided to back off during training camp, taking him off punt returns and limiting his offensive role to mostly runs and wildcat formations.
Anyone expecting a big role for Robinson should probably scale those expectations back.