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Denard Robinson finally settled in as a running back with the Jaguars last season, and that’s probably the most important thing for him as he enters his first full offseason. Knowing where he belongs allows him to concentrate on getting better instead of trying to learn yet another position.
It also helps the Jaguars evaluate him and he should get a lot of work in training camp and during the preseason as the team tries to do that, writes the Florida Times-Union's Ryan O'Halloran.
"I'm intrigued to see [what happens with Robinson during the offseason]," head coach Gus Bradley said. "He's really competitive and he's really spirited. I think he went through last year and said, 'OK, I don't want to go through that feeling again.'"
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O'Halloran takes a look at the Jaguars' seven unrestricted free agents and predicts whether they'll re-sign with the Jaguars. He believes Chad Henne will be with the team next season but Maurice Jones-Drew won't.
ESPN draft analyst Mel Kiper Jr. updates his Big Board after the NFL combine. Sammy Watkins moved up to from No. 5 to No. 4, Jake Matthews dropped from No. 4 to No. 5 and Mike Evans jumped from No. 16 to No. 6. Teddy Bridgewater is now the only quarterback in the top 10.
Jaguars.com's John Oehser reports that Luke Joeckel's rehab from a fractured ankle is progressing well.
Denard Robinson finally settled in as a running back with the Jaguars last season, and that’s probably the most important thing for him as he enters his first full offseason.