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08/15/14 - WR Allen Robinson, the team's second-round draft pick out of Penn State, is likely out another week with his hamstring injury. He sustained his injury on July 31 and has been sidelined since then. Robinson said, "It's getting better each and every day so it's coming along."
06/24/14 - WR Allen Robinson signed with the Jaguars Tuesday. Robinson was the second of the club's two second-round picks and is the eighth of the club's nine draft picks to sign a contract.
"Allen brings another element to our offense with his size and explosiveness with the ball in his hands," Jaguars general manager David Caldwell said. "Allen is extremely grounded, highly competitive and has a strong desire to improve. He will be ready to go for training camp in late July."
Robinson, 6-3, 220, played in 35 games with 24 starts for Penn State before declaring for the draft following his junior season. He earned first-team All-Big Ten honors in back-to-back seasons and was a two-time Big Ten Conference Receiver of the Year recipient. He finished his career with 177 receptions for 2,474 yards and 17 touchdowns, ranking second in school history for career receptions, third in receiving yards and fourth in touchdowns. Robinson was the first player since 1985 to lead the conference in receptions and receiving yards for consecutive seasons.
The Southfield, Michigan native totaled a school-record 97 catches for 1,432 yards and six touchdowns in 2013, becoming the first player in school history with multiple 60-catch seasons. His play earned him seven All-America honors including CBSSports.com first-team All-America. He posted eight 100-yard receiving games and became only the third wide receiver in school history with three consecutive 100-yard receiving games.
Robinson attended Orchard Lake St. Mary's Preparatory School where he led his team to the Michigan Division III state championship game as a senior. He finished with 44 catches for 720 yards and 10 touchdowns as a senior and added two punt returns for touchdowns.
05/12/14 - A closer look at the Jaguars' pick: Round 2/61 - Allen Robinson, WR, 6-2, 220, Penn State...Robinson posted back-to-back 1,000-yard seasons as a sophomore and junior at Penn State. He caught 97 passes for 1,432 yards and six touchdowns last season. What the Jaguars really like is his 39-inch vertical jump along with his 6-foot-2 height. - The Sports Xchange
05/08/14 - 2014 DRAFT SCOUT FINAL TOP 100: 34/6. *Allen Robinson, WR, Penn State, 6-3, 220, 4.57, 1-2...Fluid athlete for his size with room to get stronger. Deceptive acceleration with sharp cuts to be a dangerous catch-and-go pass catcher. Physical ball-carrier with balance and body strength to shake off defenders and pick up chunks of yards after contact. Has shown return ability. Reset his own school mark in 2012 with 97 catches for 1,432 yards. His combined 174 receptions and 2,445 receiving yards the past two years both rank No. 3 in Big Ten history for consecutive seasons. Frankly: If there is such a thing as a blue-collar receiver, Robinson is that guy. He knows the whole pro-style pass route tree from experience in Penn State's offense and although he lacks the speed most teams want, he is a big man with enough explosion to go 39 inches in the vertical jump. - Frank Cooney, NFLDraftScout.com
05/07/14 - Five players who should be on Cleveland's draft radar...WR Allen Robinson, Penn State: Josh Gordon is a superstar in the making, but the Browns need a reliable No. 2 option, a role former second rounder Greg Little hasn't been able to secure. Look for Cleveland to address the wide receiver position in the first few rounds and Robinson would be a great fit on this offense. He lacks elite speed for an outside receiver, but accelerates well and displays very good quickness and strength before and after the catch. Robinson needs to mature as a route runner and improve his footwork to better deceive defenders, but leaves Penn State second in school history in career catches (177) and third in career receiving yards (2,474) with almost all his production coming the past two seasons. He will have some focus drops, but is very aggressive at the catch point and does well in contested situations. Overall, his game is reminiscent of Anquan Boldin because Robinson is a very natural pass-catcher who finds ways to be productive despite average speed. - Dane Brugler, NFLDraftScout.com