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Allen Robinson | Wide Receiver | #12

Team: Chicago Bears
Age / DOB:  (24) / 8/24/1993
Ht / Wt:  6'3' / 211
College: Penn State
Drafted: 2014 / Rd. 2 (61) / JAC
Contract: view contract details

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Allen Robinson (knee) participated in Wednesday's OTA practice.
It's his first action with the Bears and since tearing his ACL last Week 1. The Bears were obviously being cautious with their new No. 1 wideout and free-agent prize, but this is encouraging nonetheless. Robinson should be full go for minicamp and training camp coming up this summer. May 30 - 2:20 PM

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Bears coach Matt Nagy said Allen Robinson (ACL) is "ahead of the game" in his rehab.

Nagy added the team feels great about where Robinson is in his recovery, but they will not rush their new No. 1. "He's been doing great in meetings. He's answering every question in the meetings," Nagy said. "He's out here focused, doing everything that we want him to do." At worst, Robinson should be ready to go by training camp.
May 17 - 9:13 AM

Bears signed WR Allen Robinson, formerly of the Jaguars, to a three-year, $42 million contract.

The deal reportedly includes $25 million in guarantees. With one of the weakest receiver corps in the league, the Bears were always expected to make a splash in free agency, and Robinson, who is still just 24 and expected to be fully healthy for the offseason, is arguably the cream of the crop. Robinson suffered a torn ACL in 2017 but is only two seasons removed from a "down" year in which he led the Jaguars across the board with a 73-883-6 line. He steps into immediate opportunity with the Bears, who have 225 targets and nearly 2,000 air yards available from last season's production and a quality offensive mind running the show in new coach Matt Nagy.
Mar 13 - 2:28 AM's Ian Rapoport reports the Bears and Packers could be suitors for free agent Allen Robinson.

Robinson has now been linked to the 49ers and Browns in addition to the Packers and Bears. New Pack GM Brian Gutekunst could be eyeing 24-year-old Robinson as the team's heir apparent to Jordy Nelson, who appeared to have lost a step in 2017.
Mar 12 - 1:49 PM

According to CBS Sports' Jason La Canfora, the 49ers, Bears, and Browns are among the teams "hot after" free agent Allen Robinson.

La Canfora adds the Panthers and Ravens also have interest in Robinson, but the salary cap could pose a problem for those clubs. Additionally, the Jaguars haven't closed the door on a return. Robinson is coming off a torn ACL last year but is medically fine and should have no problem landing top dollar. The 49ers and Bears, specifically, could really use Robinson out wide. Both teams have young quarterbacks and imaginative, offensive-minded head coaches.
Source: CBS Sports
Mar 11 - 4:56 PM

NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports the Jaguars have informed impending free agent Allen Robinson they will not tag him.

This has been the expectation for the last several days, but now the Jaguars have made it official. Even coming off an ACL tear, it is surprising Jacksonville is letting a player of Robinson's caliber hit the open market. Robinson has already been linked with the Redskins, and the Bears are likely to make a strong run at him as well.
Mar 6 - 10:45 AM

NBC Sports Washington's JP Finlay believes the Redskins will be interested in impending free agent Allen Robinson if he hits the open market.

Robinson is expected to avoid the franchise tag, making it likely he makes it to free agency. Washington has a solid duo in Jamison Crowder and Josh Doctson, but they need more pass catching help, especially with Jordan Reed unable to stay healthy. Even with Sammy Watkins expected to be available as well, Robinson will have no shortage of suitors once free agency opens.
Mar 6 - 9:05 AM

John Oehser of the Jaguars' team website "believes" the team will not re-sign free agent Allen Robinson.

The deadline to use the franchise tag is Tuesday, and there's been very little chatter of the Jaguars actually doing that with Robinson over the last week. It sounds as if the team isn't comfortable committing that much guaranteed money to a receiver coming off a torn ACL, and they may prefer to use it elsewhere on fellow free agents CB Aaron Colvin and WR Marqise Lee. Robinson is still just 24 and is expected to be 100 percent for the offseason. He'll have a hot market.
Mar 5 - 6:31 PM

Jaguars coach Doug Marrone doesn't expect free agent Allen Robinson to reach the open market.

"He’s a very good player for us," Marrone said. "We have options with the tag that’s out there." This falls in line with previous reports on Robinson. The Jaguars are open to a multi-year deal with Robinson, but are more likely to franchise him coming off ACL surgery. Jacksonville has $39 million in cap space after extending Blake Bortles. Robinson will make $16 million in 2018 if he plays under the tag.
Feb 28 - 4:33 PM

ESPN's Mike DiRocco expects the Jaguars to tag Allen Robinson if the two sides cannot work out a deal.

Robinson has been angling for a long-term deal through the media, saying he is close to full health and his ACL injury is "not really an issue," but DiRocco believes the Jaguars are looking for a "one-year, incentive-laden deal." The tag is expensive and does not contain any incentives, but it would give Jacksonville a year to make sure Robinson is back to full health before they invest long-term guaranteed money. Robinson will arguably be the top receiver available if he is allowed to hit the open market.
Source: ESPN
Feb 19 - 11:13 AM

Allen Robinson (ACL) said his injury is "not really an issue" for his upcoming free agency.

Robinson tore his ACL Week 1 of last season, but he believes he has shown enough to earn a big payday. "Every team across the league knows what I've done in this league and what I'm capable of," Robinson told SiriusXM NFL Radio. If his knee is right, Robinson is arguably the best available receiver in a solid free agent class, but the injury will almost certainly depress his market at least a little bit. The conversation may end up being pointless, however, as the Jaguars reportedly plan to place the franchise tag on Robinson if they cannot work out a long-term deal.
Feb 15 - 10:13 AM

Allen Robinson (ACL) expects to be back to full health "relatively soon."

An impending free agent, Robinson's health is the only thing standing between him and a big payday, but he is not focusing on his contract situation. "I know the player that I am. I know the plays that I made. I know the plays I’m going to continue to make," Robinson said. "It doesn’t really bother me or I don’t really concern myself too much with that." Robinson added he would like to stick with the Jaguars, and he may end up getting his wish. The Florida Times-Union reports Jacksonville will tag Robinson if the two sides cannot work out a long-term deal.
Source: ESPN
Jan 29 - 9:23 AM

The Florida Times Union's Ryan O'Halloran predicts the Jaguars will use the franchise tag on impending free agent Allen Robinson if the sides can't agree on a multi-year contract.

Robinson is easily the Jaguars' biggest free agent, ahead of CB Aaron Colvin. Jacksonville only has eight players scheduled for free agency. Robinson missed all of 2017 with a torn ACL, but he expects to be cleared for a mostly-normal offseason. The franchise tag won't be cheap, but Robinson is the team's No. 1 receiver, and Jacksonville still has plenty of cap space. The receiver market already looks weak. A-Rob is one of the three best available.
Jan 24 - 9:54 AM

Impending free agent Allen Robinson (ACL) expects to be healthy and able to pass a physical before free agency opens in March.

Robinson was able to undergo surgery just days after tearing his left ACL in Week 1, suggesting the injury was a clean tear. Even though it is unlikely he will be 100 percent by the time free agency opens on March 14, this injury should not seriously damage his market. Robinson is likely looking for something close to the four-year, $58 million deal Davante Adams signed with the Packers in December.
Jan 15 - 12:09 PM

Allen Robinson's ACL operation took place on Monday.

It's extremely good news, as it means Robinson had a clean tear without any peripheral swelling or other injury. Sometimes players have to wait as long as a month before going under the knife. With Robinson already in the recovery phase, he has a strong chance of being 100 percent headed into next summer's training camp.
Thu, Sep 14, 2017 02:25:00 PM

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