The former Dallas Cowboys receiver, signed a five-year deal with the team Wednesday night. He was one of the remaining receivers left in free agency the Jaguars had expressed interest in.
Now, with a receiver in place and the team's leading receiver, Mike Thomas, able to return to the slot in the Jacksonville offense, the Jaguars must hope the receiver signs with them while they also look to other options to fill their receiver needs.
To be honest, there aren't many. Most of the bigger-named free agents signed with their original teams before the free-agent deadline. Yesterday saw a flurry of action with most of the remaining receivers being snatched up in a hurry. Tampa Bay and Vincent Jackson agreed to terms as did Pierre Garcon and Josh Morgan with Washington.
Thomas was Jacksonville's leading receiver last season and has been miscast in the team's offense as an outside receiver when he is more effective in the slot. The Jaguars were last in passing offense last season in the NFL.
Robinson gives them more speed and athleticism on the outside. It would also mean the team could try and bring in another receiver like Brandon Lloyd or Eddie Royal who could also help stretch the field.
Drafting a receiver may not be out of the question either for the Jaguars, who hold the seventh selection in the draft. The team could look to hopefully land Oklahoma State's Justin Blackmon with the seventh pick or maybe trade down for Michael Floyd of Notre Dame, Alshon Jeffery of South Carolina or look at Stephen Hill of Georgia Tech if he were to fall into the second round.