Jaguars sign second-round pick Allen Robinson to 4-year deal

Allen Robinson caught 17 touchdowns over his final two seasons at Penn State.

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The Jacksonville Jaguars have signed wide receiver Allen Robinson, one of their two second-round draft picks who had been one of their last two unsigned rookies, to a four-year contract.

Robinson caught 174 passes for 2,445 yards and 17 touchdowns in the final two of his three years at Penn State. He declared early for the draft, and the Jaguars pulled off a trade last month with the San Francisco 49ers to acquire a pick toward the end of the second round in order to select him.

The move means only USC wide receiver Marqise Lee, who was also chosen in the second round, remains unsigned.

The 6-foot-3, 210-pound Robinson missed most of the Jaguars’ organized team activities and mandatory minicamp because of a hamstring injury. Both Robinson and Lee are expected to compete next month when training camp opens for a starting job at a position where only fourth-year pro Cecil Shorts III has much in the way of security.

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