“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.