Source: Jags, Robinson’s tagged deal has reached $54 million 2022-04-27 10:47:46


Jacksonville, Florida – IN Jacksonville Jaguars and handle the left Cam Robinson A source in the league confirmed, on Wednesday, an agreement to extend a three-year contract worth $54 million.

Robinson is set to play the 2022 season on the franchise for a guaranteed $16.7 million and will instead make $18 million annually through 2024.

Robinson, who was picked by Jaguar 34th in the 2017 NFL Draft, also played for the franchise tag in 2021 for $13.75 million.

Robinson’s lock-up will likely mean offensive intervention is off the board for Jaguar with the draft #1 pick overall. They can still craft Evan Neal or Akim Ikunoplay one in the left guard for a year, then move it to the right in 2023. But the team is expected to choose a passing player, with Aidan Hutchinson And Travon Walker The two best candidates.

Robinson ranked 48th among qualifying tackles last season with a passing block winning rate of 86.1% – according to ESPN Statistics & Information research – which is just below average (87.5%). During the 2017-21 seasons, he ranked 69th in pass block win rate (81.3%) among competitors who played at least 16 games.

The NFL Network first reported Robinson’s contract extension.