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Sep 25, 2022 17 100 5.9 50 1 17
Sep 18, 2022 23 64 2.8 37 1 13
Sep 11, 2022 11 66 6.0 22 1 18

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2022 230 4.51 3 6 33 1
2021 767 4.68 8 2 31 222 14210.1
2020 1070 4.46 7 1 49 344 3 20114.4
3y Avg. 918 4.54 8 2 40 283 2 17512.5
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Fantasy News

  • Jaguars' James Robinson: Reaches century mark Sunday

    Robinson carried the ball 17 times for 100 yards and a touchdown and caught all three of his targets for 16 yards in Sunday's 38-10 win over the Chargers. The third-year running back likely would have posted even bigger numbers, but he ceded work to Travis Etienne late in a blowout win. A big chunk of Robinson's production came on a 50-yard TD scamper in the third quarter that broke the game open, marking the third straight game in which he's found the end zone. As long as he keeps impressing, he should remain atop the depth chart despite Etienne's first-round pedigree, and Robinson could see a heavy workload in Week 4 as the Jaguars try to keep Jalen Hurts and the explosive Eagles offense off the field.
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  • Jaguars' James Robinson: Dominates touches

    Robinson carried the ball 23 times for 64 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 24-0 win over the Colts. He added two receptions for 14 yards. Robinson was reportedly set to be in a timeshare with Travis Etienne, yet he earned 25 touches to Etienne's 12. Unfortunately, Robinson wasn't particularly efficient with his opportunity, though he did rip off a 37-yard touchdown run midway through the second quarter. Through two games, Robinson has clearly operated as the top back in Jacksonville's backfield and has 147 total yards and three touchdowns to show for it.
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  • Jaguars' James Robinson: Workload split awaits

    Robinson and Travis Etienne are expected to split the snaps and touches out of the backfield in Sunday's game against the Colts, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. Game flow will likely dictate the extent to which both Robinson and Etienne are used, but the Jaguars seem content to have a roughly even timeshare in place for the second week in a row. Each back logged 31 offensive snaps in last week's loss to the Commanders, but Robinson (11 carries and one reception for 69 total yards and two touchdowns) handily outproduced Etienne (four carries and two receptions for 65 yards) from a fantasy perspective.
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  • Jaguars' James Robinson: Sit Him (Lineup Decisions)

    There's definitely touchdown potential for Robinson, but if he doesn't then I'm worried he'll leave you longing for more yardage. He's not in my top-30 at running back in PPR (behind Nyheim Hines and Michael Carter) nor in non-PPR (behind Travis Etienne and Melvin Gordon).
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  • Jaguars' James Robinson: Leads backfield Sunday

    Robinson (Achilles) rushed 11 times for 66 yards and a touchdown while catching one of two targets for three yards and another score in Sunday's 28-22 loss to Washington. Robinson was removed from the injury report before the game despite suffering a torn Achilles last December. The 2020 waiver-wire sensation didn't appear limited at all, quickly outplaying Travis Etienne Jr. (initially named starter by the team) and taking over most of the work in the second half. It is unclear if head coach Doug Pederson will now use Robinson as the lead back or if he truly wants to split work between the two heading into a Week 2 matchup against the Colts. Regardless, Robinson -- and his miraculous recovery from an Achilles tear nine months ago -- should immediately become one of the hotter waiver claims once the dust settles from Week 1.
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  • Jaguars' James Robinson: Could have big role Week 1

    Robinson (Achilles) isn't listed on the Jaguars' Week 1 injury report and could have a significant role Sunday against Washington, Michael DiRocco of ESPN.com reports. Head coach Doug Pederson made it sound as though Robinson has no limitations, apart from the presumption of backfield mate Travis Etienne also handling a large role. Pederson further suggested that usage of the two backs could depend on both game plans and game context, noting that there are some situations where he likes to "control the pace of play with a guy like James." While the workload distribution remains uncertain, Robinson apparently will be on the field Sunday -- a major milestone after he suffered an Achilles tear in Week 16 last season.
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  • Jaguars' James Robinson: Will play Week 1

    Coach Doug Pederson said Monday that Robinson (Achilles) will take the field during Sunday's regular-season opener against the Commanders, John Shipley of SI.com reports. Robinson has managed an impressive recovery from a left Achilles tear sustained late last December. That said, exactly how involved Robinson will be versus Washington remains uncertain, as the Jaguars also have 2021 first-round pick Travis Etienne back to full health after having missed his rookie year due to a Lisfranc injury. It's well within the realm of possibility that Jacksonville takes a cautious approach to Robinson's return and has his involvement ramp up as the season progresses. Fantasy managers may prefer to monitor Robinson's workload Week 1 before relying on him in starting lineups.
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  • Jaguars' James Robinson: Targeting Week 1

    Robinson (Achilles) said Tuesday that his goal is to be ready for Week 1 against Washington, SI.com's John Shipley reports. Coach Doug Pederson mentioned the same goal when he spoke about Robinson a week earlier, though the running back still hasn't been cleared for contact in practice. Travis Etienne figures to lead the Jacksonville backfield early in the year, but Robinson has a shot to be involved from the jump and could see more work as he acclimates. If he does end up missing games, 2022 fifth-round pick Snoop Conner appears on track for the third spot on the depth chart behind Etienne and Robinson.
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  • Jaguars' James Robinson: Should be ready Week 1

    Coach Doug Pederson said Thursday that he expects Robinson (Achilles) to be ready for Week 1 against Washington, Cameron Wolfe of NFL Network reports. Pederson did also say the team wants to be cautious, which perhaps explains why Robinson hasn't yet progressed to full-speed 11-on-11s in practice. He'll be held out of Saturday's preseason game against Pittsburgh, but don't be surprised if the running back is back to full practice participation as soon as next week. It's hard to say what Robinson's Week 1 role will look like if he's deemed ready, as 2021 first-round pick Travis Etienne is poised to lead the Jacksonville backfield after missing his rookie year with a Lisfranc injury.
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  • Jaguars' James Robinson: Works in 7-on-7 drills

    Robinson (Achilles) took some reps, including running routes, during 7-on-7 drills at Monday's practice, John Shipley of SI.com reports. Robinson sustained a partial tear of his left Achilles back on Dec. 26, but he made enough progress in his recovery that he avoided the PUP list entirely at the start of training camp. Since then, he's been ramping up his workload slowly but surely, getting occasional reps with the first-team offense, but he wasn't available for either of the Jaguars' first two preseason games. The third-year running back has two more chances to make an appearance during exhibition season (this Saturday against the Steelers and Saturday, Aug. 27 in Atlanta). Ultimately, though, the team likely will exercise the utmost caution until Robinson proves he's 100 percent. In the meantime, Travis Etienne should continue to operate as Jacksonville's top running back.
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  • Jaguars' James Robinson: Won't play Friday

    Robinson (Achilles) won't play in Friday's preseason game against the Browns, James Palmer of NFL Network reports. Robinson is in the process of recovering from a torn left Achilles' tendon, so it's no surprise that he'll sit this one out as the team continues to manage his training-camp workload. At this stage it's unclear if he'll see any reps in either of Jacksonville's next two preseason contests, but once Robinson returns to 100 percent, he'll look to regain a key role in a Jaguars backfield that he led last season while Travis Etienne was sidelined with a foot injury.
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  • Jaguars' James Robinson: In line to sit Friday

    Robinson (Achilles) isn't expected to play in Friday's preseason game against the Browns, James Johnson of The USA Today reports. It's not a surprise that Robinson, who remains in the process of recovering from a torn left Achilles' tendon, will be held out of the contest, as the team continues to manage his training-camp workload. Though the Jaguars' unofficial depth chart lists Robinson as a first-stringer, Travis Etienne -- who is listed as the No. 2 option -- has, according to Johnson, "been arguably the most impressive player in camp." Of the two, Etienne, a 2021 first-round selection, is the upside play from a fantasy perspective, but if/when Robinson returns to 100 percent, he'll look to reclaim a key role in a Jacksonville backfield that he led last season while Etienne was sidelined with a foot injury.
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  • Jaguars' James Robinson: Taking first-team reps

    Robinson (Achilles) is handling reps with the Jaguars' first-team offense at Monday's practice, John Shipley of SI.com reports. Robinson, who remains in the process of recovering from a left Achilles tear, is taking first-team reps for the first time all training camp, albeit without any defenders on the field. He still hasn't stepped in for full-team drills, but that could be coming within the next few weeks. Robinson didn't play in the Hall of Fame game last week and doesn't figure to play in Jacksonville's exhibition with Cleveland on Friday.
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  • Jaguars' James Robinson: Not slated to play Thursday

    Robinson (Achilles) won't play in Thursday's Hall of Fame Game against the Raiders, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. Robinson continues to work his way back from an Achilles' injury, so it's no surprise that he'll sit this one out. Fellow running back Travis Etienne also isn't slated to play Thursday, which leaves the likes of Snoop Conner, Mekhi Sargent, Ryquell Armstead and Nathan Cottrell as candidates to handle the team's backfield reps against Las Vegas.
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  • Jaguars' James Robinson: Avoids PUP list to start camp

    Robinson (Achilles) will not begin training camp on the PUP list, Kevin Patra of NFL.com reports. Coach Doug Pederson said Robinson's ability to avoid the PUP list to open camp "says a lot." Still, Pederson said the plan remains to "be cautious with [Robinson] and make sure he's ready when he's ready," an indication that the team won't rush the running back in his recovery. With 2021 first-round pick Travis Etienne in the fold and eager to make an impression on the NFL field, the Jaguars have the luxury of being able to take a cautious approach toward Robinson's recovery from a torn Achilles that he suffered in late December. It remains to be seen when Robinson will receive clearance to resume practicing in full, but all signs indicate his recovery process has been positive thus far. Sidestepping the PUP list to begin training camp offers reason for encouragement about Robinson's chances of being available Week 1, or at least much earlier than expected.
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  • Jaguars' James Robinson: Resumes jogging on field

    Robinson (Achilles) resumed running as part of his rehab process Friday, his representation Steinberg Sports reports. Coach Doug Pederson has already said that Robinson won't participate in OTAs or resume actually practicing until training camp, but it's notable to see that the running back has already been given clearance to start jogging. Robinson is working his way back from a torn left Achilles tendon suffered late December, which makes him uncertain for Week 1; however, so far it appears as though his recovery has remained fully on schedule. Meanwhile, 2021 first-round pick Travis Etienne is participating in OTAs without restrictions after having missed his rookie campaign due to a Lisfranc injury.
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  • Jaguars' James Robinson: Out until training camp

    Jaguars head coach Doug Pederson said Monday that Robinson (Achilles) won't participate in OTAs, Cameron Wolfe of NFL Network reports. Meanwhile, Pederson noted that Travis Etienne (foot), the other Jacksonville running back recovering from a long-term injury, is on track to rejoin the team for workouts early during the offseason program. Robinson's recovery from the torn left Achilles' tendon he suffered in late December looks as though it'll extend into training camp in late July, and it's far from a given that he'll be a full participant in practices by then. The track record of players returning from Achilles surgery isn't overly encouraging, and the fact that Robinson suffered his injury late last season and faces strong competition from Etienne -- a 2021 first-round pick -- renders Robinson a risky fantasy investment heading into 2022.
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  • Jaguars' James Robinson: Lands on IR

    Jacksonville placed Robinson (Achilles) on injured reserve Monday. Robinson suffered a torn left Achilles in Sunday's loss to the Jets, spelling an end to his 2021 season. He'll likely undergo surgery in the coming days, and given the timeline associated with Achilles injuries Robinson's absence could stretch into the start of the 2022 campaign. While Robinson is out for Weeks 17 and 18, Dare Ogunbowale is expected to headline Jacksonville's backfield. The Jaguars also have practice squad member Nathan Cottrell, Ryquell Armstead and Mekhi Sargent on hand as depth options.
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  • Jaguars' James Robinson: Torn Achilles confirmed

    Interim coach Darrell Bevell confirmed that Robinson suffered a torn Achilles in Sunday's loss to the Jets, Michael DiRocco of ESPN.com and John Reid of The Florida Times-Union report. The non-contact injury Robinson suffered Sunday indeed is a season-ending one, and he'll presumably face a lengthy recovery period. In his absence down the stretch, the Jaguars' available running back options are Dare Ogunbowale, who handled the bulk of the carries following Robinson's Sunday departure, along with Nathan Cottrell and Ryquell Armstead.
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  • Jaguars' James Robinson: Partial Achilles tear, per report

    Robinson reportedly suffered a partial tear of his left Achilles during Sunday's game against the Jets, Michael DiRocco of ESPN reports. We'll await further confirmation of the severity of his Achilles issue, but with just two weeks left in the Jaguars' schedule, Robinson's non-contact injury could well end his campaign. Looking ahead, the team's available running back options are Dare Ogunbowale, who logged the bulk of the carries following Robinson's Sunday exit, as well as Nathan Cottrell and Ryquell Armstead.
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