The Jaguars' "offensive weapon" Denard Robinson said he still meets with the team’s running backs, but there were indications throughout offseason workouts he will line up in a variety of spots. He played quarterback at Michigan before injuries as a senior moved him to running back, and while preparing for the draft, he worked out at the NFL Scouting Combine and the Senior Bowl as a wide receiver.
Since the Jaguars drafted him in late April, there has been widespread speculation how he will be used. He showed striking speed and explosiveness during offseason workouts, and Jaguars General Manager David Caldwell – who has been intrigued with Robinson on and off field since scouting him while with the Atlanta Falcons the past several seasons – said earlier in the offseason the hope was to get Robinson 10-to-15 snaps a game.
Ten to 15 snaps isn't much for fantasy owners to get excited about, but Robinson is a player to monitor.