JACKSONVILLE (Fla.) — The JaguarsLeft tackle Cam RobinsonAccording to a source within the league, they reached an agreement to extend their contract for three years worth $54million.
Robinson was originally set to play in the 2022 season under the franchise tag. He will now make $18 million per year through 2024.
Robinson was 34th overall in 2017 by the Jaguars. He also played on the franchise tag for $13.75m in 2021.
Robinson being locked up likely means that the Jaguars will no longer have offensive tackle available to them with their No. 1 overall draft pick. They could draft Evan NealOder Ikem EkwonuFor a year, he will play left guard, and then he will slide out to right tackle in 2023. However, it is expected that the team will select a pass rusher. Aidan HutchinsonAnd Travon WalkerThe top two candidates.
Robinson ranked 48th among qualifying tackles last season with an 86.1% pass block win rate, per ESPN Stats & Information research, which is just below average (87.5%). In the 2017-21 season, he was ranked 69th for pass block rate (81.3%) among tackles that played at most 16 games.
Robinson's contract extension was first reported on NFL Network.