This shouldn't come as much of a surprise, but Justin Blackmon was the clear loser of the Jacksonville Jaguars' camp last week.
While the talented young receiver didn't shine, many others along this unit did for the Jaguars.
Laurent Robinson has clearly taken over as the lead dog in Jacksonville following his departure from the Dallas Cowboys in March. The veteran receiver seems to be outshining everybody else along this unit, but he isn't alone.
The Jaguars are also happy with Brian Robiskie, who was picked up from the Cleveland Browns during the offseason.
New Jaguars head coach Mike Mularkey had the following to say about the oft-injured Robiskie (via the Florida Times-Union):
He’s really come out and not had a down day. He just comes out here and does his job. You don’t hear his name, you don’t hear Jerry [Sullivan, receivers coach] screaming at him. He’s playing a lot of different roles where he’s lining up. That’s a good thing. The more you can do and he’s doing it well, he’s going to be good for us.
This seems to indicate that Blackmon, who is still mentally recovering from an embarrassing DUI arrest earlier in the month, might actually be much lower on the depth chart than most people expected.
Training camp is going to be huge for him.