How Can the Jacksonville Jaguars Best Use Denard Robinson?

June 28, 2013   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The Jacksonville Jaguars have created a new position in the National Football League. The "OW."
No, it's not some special pass-rusher created especially by new defensive-minded head coach Gus Bradley.
It stands for "offensive weapon," and that's how rookie Denard Robinson is listed on the Jaguars' official roster.
The former Michigan quarterback, who was taken in the fifth round by the Jaguars in the 2013 NFL draft, will be switching positions in the NFL.
However, to which position and how often remains to be seen.
The 5'10", 199-pound Robinson worked primarily with the running backs in rookie camp and OTAs, drawing the praise of offensive coordinator David Caldwell, who told Alex Marvez of FOX Sports that he wants to get the ball into Robinson's hands.
Robinson, for his part, is saying all the right things, telling Chris Wesseling of NFL.com that he's embracing the opportunity to embrace the "slash" role of former Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Kordell S...

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