Denard Robinson Looked 'Far More Confident' This Offseason

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Denard Robinson Looked 'Far More Confident' This Offseason
John Raoux

Jacksonville Jaguars running back Denard Robinson didn't see the field much as a rookie last season, as the team's “offensive weapon” received just 20 carries, turning them into a mediocre 66 yards. The former Michigan star QB also fumbled the ball twice, but he did get some work in as a kick-off returner. Better games will be ahead for Robinson, and he could be a big wrinkle in the Jaguars offense in 2014 as a running back and wide receiver hybrid. It's been a very productive offseason for Robinson, who will get to compete for snaps, as he made plenty of progress on the health front and as a pass-catcher, which is key if he wants to be used significantly as a mis-match maker and movable chess piece on offense...

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