4 possible replacements for Cam Robinson


Jacksonville Jaguars LT Cam Robinson #74 and Jarrad Davis #40 (Photo by James Gilbert/Getty Images)

Once the 2020 season is over, the Jacksonville Jaguars will have to go through a myriad of questions regarding their roster, coaching staff and front office. While managing director David Caldwell will continue to oversee the personnel department? Who will coach this team?

Another issue that doesn’t get as much attention is their pending free agents who they consider re-signing. Other than wide receiver Keelan Cole saying he’d rather be a Jaguar than a bird or another [expletive] we haven’t heard much about the Jaguars players who could potentially become free agents in the 2021 offseason.

One of those Jacksonville players who could become free agents is left tackle Cam Robinson. Originally a second-round pick in the 2017 player selection process, the Alabama standout has been the Jaguars’ left tackle for the past four seasons.

Although Robinson missed 14 games in his second campaign, he has started 41 of a possible 58 games over the past four seasons. Left tackles are hard to come by and this team should be happy to have one in the 34th pick of 2017.

The problem with giving Robinson a second contract is that he could demand retail compensation due to the scarcity of competent left tackles in the market, and as good as he was in Jacksonville, he is not a player high level in this position.

If the Jaguars choose not to re-sign ’74’. they could select one of the following players at the start of the 2021 draft.

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