The Jacksonville Jaguars used the No. 36 overall pick to select Alabama running back T.J. Yeldon, who is expected to take over the "bell-cow" from an ineffective Toby Gerhart.
But what about Denard Robinson, who had a great series of games in the middle of the 2014 season?
Well, Jaguars general manager all but said Denard's days as the feature back were over.
Caldwell says #Jaguars plan to use Denard Robinson on kickoff returns this year & likes stable of RB's on roster. They won't have FB this yr— Chad Cushnir (@CushCam) May 1, 2015
According to Chad Cushnir of FirstCoastNews.com, Caldwell said that Yeldon's arrival means Denard will take over kickoff return duties and still have a place with the offense going forward. Yes, he'll still get carries, but he won't be getting the bulk of them.
There also won't be a fullback this year, and Caldwell said later that the team could carry up to five running backs on the 53-man roster next year.
T.J. Yeldon, Denard Robinson, Toby Gerhart, Storm Johnson, and Bernard Pierce are currently on the team, and that makes five. But I wouldn't be surprised with another one drafted, and some undrafted free agents to come in and compete with Pierce and Johnson for spots on the roster.