Denard Robinson was truly an 'offensive weapon' for the Jaguars vs. the Dolphins, lining up at running back, wide receiver and quarterback.
Rather than continue to spend high picks on pass rushers (with less than impressive results), the new regime in Jacksonville is hoping a young secondary can duplicate Gus Bradley's success in Seattle.
The AFC South could get a lot more interesting with impressive hauls by each team in the division.
Denard Robinson ran position drills for scouts and coaches at four different positions in the past four months, but the Michigan quarterback was drafted in the fifth round (135th overall) by the Jacksonville Jaguars as a running back.
OK, so Denard Robinson has no definitive position. Mike Freeman says the team taking the plunge gets versatility and explosive playmaking -- which is what the NFL's about.
As practice continues for Texas vs. the Nation participants, several prospects turned heads with their play on the field on Wednesday
A pair of talented receivers on the North squad are shining bright among the clouds in Mobile
Before Senior Bowl practices kicked in on Monday, players weighed in and were measured in front of hundreds of league executives. For those interested, here are those numbers.

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