Cam Robinson The franchise sign can be kissed goodbye.
NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported Wednesday that the twice-tagged interference has agreed with the Jaguars on a three-year, $54 million deal.
With an average annual salary of $18 million, Robinson will go on to bond with the Philadelphia team Lynn Johnson For the ninth-highest payout rate among all interventions, which was previously outside the top ten at $16.662 million for 2022. Essentially, Robinson stays with Jaguar at a rate that is currently better than the franchise brand and likely to be similar in the next two seasons, with more revenue coming in. Long term safety.
All this for a player who was seen as the most surprising receiver in his history just a year ago.
To Robinson’s credit, he grabbed the 2021 card and ran with it, even as walls collapsed around several Jaguars in the tumultuous one-year trial with Urban Meyer. Robinson posted the best season of his career, allowing just one sack to over 856 attacking shots (573 blocking passes) and scoring his best pass blocking and overall attacking scores (according to Pro Football Focus) since arriving in 2017.
Still, Jacksonville finished with the worst record in the NFL and is set to pick #1 overall for the second consecutive season. Many saw that choice being spent – you guessed it – on a tackle, presumably to replace Robinson.
Instead, the Jaguars tagged Robinson again before striking a three-year deal. Now people expect Jacksonville to target the defensive side of the ball – Georgia Travon Walker or Michigan Aidan Hutchinsonfor example – although interference may be running.
When you finish as the worst team in the NFL for two consecutive seasons, you should keep all options open. Jaguar has done just that by keeping Robinson – a well-known commodity that must be protected Trevor Lawrence – Beyond 2022.