Possible Landing Spots for Allen Robinson

Every football fan should prepare themselves for a crazy offseason in the NFL. With the pandemic season over and the salary cap coming down, we have teams that either have a lot of cap room or don’t have a good amount of cap room.

Allen Robinson is a receiver that is comparative to Stefon Diggs and DeAndre Hopkins. They are both two stars that found happiness after leaving their original teams, and we will see the same with Robinson.

Allen Robinson has three career 1,100-yard receiving seasons with a 1,250 yard this past season. He has battled injuries over his career, missing 23 games in his 7 years in the league, but Robinson has proven himself to one of the most consistent outside receivers in the league.

He is so good that it’s not about what teams will want to sign but what teams won’t want to sign him. Let’s take a look at his possible landing spots for Allen Robinson in the 2021 NFL season.

Longshots

Browns: They have proved they can play with the best in the AFC. The Brown’s run-first offense would be an excellent place for Robinson’s rough possession play. To acquire Robinson, the Browns would have to trade Odell Beckham Jr., which is a possibility.

Packers: Aaron Rodgers would try to pull Robinson towards the Packers, and Robinson would love the chance to play the Chicago Bears twice a season, but Finances are making it challenging for the Packers to land someone like Robinson.

Patriots: Bill Belichick likes to get his players for a bargain, but we don’t expect Robinson to take a cut in his salary to join a scrappy Patriots team without a solid quarterback. Since the Patriots are in need of weapons like Robinson, we still have to keep New England on the table.

Contenders

Bengals: With AJ Green likely to leave the Bengals, that opens up a spot for Robinson. The Bengals don’t need to make a big investment in Allen Robinson since they have Tee Higgins and Tyler Boyd, but adding another weapon like Robinson for Joe Burrow would be great. The Bengals have money to spend again this year, so we will see what they decide to do with it.

Colts: The Colts just acquired Carson Wentz, and we don’t know what T.Y. Hilton’s future looks like, so Robinson’s presence will be greatly needed, and you would be doing a great favor for your new quarterback. 

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Wentz played very well with Alshon Jeffery, who was an ex-Bear outside receiver just like Robinson. The main issue for the Colts is whether or not they can afford it.

Dolphins: Miami needs to enter the season with a great passing attack, and they have money to spend. Tua would shine with a receiver like Robinson, and the Dolphins proved they are a playoff team again. With the beautiful sunny skies, it also seems like a destination that would intrigue someone like Robinson.

Jaguars: Robinson spent four years here without a good quarterback, so he probably doesn’t intend to go back. The Jags, on the other hand, are a different team with money, new coach Urban Meyer and possibly QB, Trevor Lawrence. 

The Jags can afford Robinson, but they need to hope other teams in this race don’t put up a better price than them.

Jets: The Jets need playmakers, and they have a lot of cap space. They could also have a new quarterback at the start of the season. The issue for the Jets is that GM Joe Douglas has hesitated to make such a big move, and there are many other players in the WR class so that he may pick a solid receiver for less.

Washington: Washington has tried to cash in on big-name receivers, most recently Amari Cooper. They couldn’t land him, so they should feel pressured to push for Robinson, who would pair well with Terry McLaurin. 

Robinson would be responsible for the decision to play for a team that isn’t a huge contender and has an odd QB situation. Washington has plenty of money to offer but does their players have enough to offer.

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My name is Asa Agnoli. Miami has always been my home. I’m a senior University of Miami and I live and breathe all things sports. I played sports throughout my whole life. This semester I’ll be a writing intern with Knup solutions learning how to write creative content for the esports and I-gaming industries. In the Spring I graduate from the University of Miami with a degree in Sports Administration, minoring in Sports Medicine.

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