The Jaguars got their man.
Now with Robinson on board, the look of the Jacksonville receiving corps got a little brighter.
According to a story written by Vito Stellino in the Florida Times-Union, Robinson, entering his sixth season in the league out of Illinois State, caught a career-best 54 passes for 858 yards last season in Dallas.
The deal is similar to the five-year, $34 million deal that tight end Marcedes Lewis signed last season. That had $17 million in guarantees.
The deal also means with one receiver on board, the Jaguars can pursue other receivers and possibly look to other positions of need like defensive end or the offensive line.
The Jaguars have made it known that they needed help with receivers and would look at free agency and possibly the upcoming draft to fill those needs. The market, however for receivers, shrunk in the closing days before free agency as big names re-signed with their current teams.
Based on the need and the fact the Jaguars got a player who is athletic and a new red-zone target, just the signing alone could lead to others wanting to play in new head coach Mike Mularkey's offensive system.