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Jaguars WR Laurent Robinson Off To A Disappointing Start

Jacksonville Jaguars head coach Mike Mularkey mentioned that the team’s big offseason acquisition WR Laurent Robinson has been disappointing to this point in team’s training camp.

“He’s got to make some plays,” Mularkey said, via the Florida Times Union. “Maybe he’s pressing. I’m not sure.” 

The Jaguars signed Robinson to a pretty sizable contract (five years, $32.5 million and $13.8 million guaranteed) so it’s fair to have some expectations for him coming into a training camp where they’re already without the best player, Maurice Jones-Drew, and their first-round pick Justin Blackmon. Robinson was claimed off of waivers last year before having a breakout season for the Cowboys, so there’s a chance that his 2012 season was a bit of a fluke in terms of what kind of player he’ll be moving forward.

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He doesn’t have anywhere near the caliber of QB in Gabbert that he had with Romo. It will take a little time for them to gel. Gabbert doesn’t have the anticipation skills that Romo has.

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