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Jags release WR Robinson
Last March, the Jacksonville Jaguars raised a lot of eyebrows by inking former Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Laurent Robinson to a lucrative 5-year, $32.5 million deal. On Wednesday, the Jaguars made news by releasing Robinson after just one season. He’d passed a physical earlier this off-season, so this move was not injury related.
Robinson's release was first reported by Ryan O’Halloran of The Florida Times-Union.
The Jaguars are under new leadership, with first-year General Manager David Caldwell and first-year head coach Gus Bradley taking over in January. Robinson, still just 27-years-old, caught 54 passes and scored 11 touchdowns with the Cowboys in 2011. Like last year at this time, he’s now a free agent on the market, again.
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