Jaguars receiver Laurent Robinson is the first to admit he’s not quite in a groove yet at the start of training camp.
“I’m just trying to make a play,” he said. “I’ve been struggling. I’m getting off the line pretty good. I just can’t catch the ball deep right now. But it’s a work in progress. It’s going to come.”
Robinson also said he got a little tired Monday getting the shoulder pads on for the first time in camp. And he’s still getting on the same page with quarterback Blaine Gabbert.
“It’s going to take some time with Blaine. That’s why you have training camp, so everybody can get on the same page. Work against the defense in live situations, get your timing down, get the chemistry down. I just go out there and try to do my best every day, I don’t really worry about trying to prove people wrong. You just go out there and try to play the game like you know how and make a play when the ball comes your way. Hopefully, we’ll be on the same page when the season starts,” he said.