Robinson was cleared for action last week, after a stress fracture in his foot ended last season after 10 games.
It felt good to be back," he said, per ESPN. "Something that I worked for throughout the offseason was to get back to this point and get back out there with my team."
Robinson had limited snaps in 11-on-11 drills. The team is being cautious with him.
"He’s doing well," coach Gus Bradley said. 'He’s had the same amount of reps, a couple reps per period, so we’re bringing him on slow, but he’s really progressing nicely. Hopefully we can get to the point next week where he gets more reps."
The Jaguars don't have a receiver with more than 59 career receptions on the roster. The team is relying heavily on a trio of second-year players in
"Those guys all had 40-some catches," general manager David Caldwell said, per ESPN. "It’s not like they didn’t produce at all or missed a whole year. They did some good things ... They’re no longer young guys. They have to be our veterans."
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"The Jaguars like Lee and Robinson on the outside," the website said. "That’s where they envision them."
The loss of Robinson is huge for Jacksonville since he was the team's leading receiver with 48 catches for 548 yards. He also had a team-high 81 targets and two touchdowns.
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