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Jacksonville Jaguars Daily: Cam Robinson set on staying at left tackle

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Jacksonville Jaguars set on keeping Cam Robinson at left tackle -
A week before the NFL Draft, Jaguars coach Doug Marrone needed one last up-close look at Cam Robinson to become convinced he was as good as their scouts had rated him. Marrone had watched hours of videotape highlighting Robinson’s exceptional run-blocking and pass protection skills as Alabama’s starting left offensive tackle for the past three seasons.

Blake Bortles looks improved in May, but that’s not the story -
Outside of the Branden Albert story, the other big news from the weekend of rookie mini-camp in talking to Jacksonville Jaguars head coach Doug Marrone was that Blake Bortles looked much improved. The team is in Phase 2 of the offseason workout program, which means they're on the football field doing some things, such as throwing the football, but it's not really practice practice just yet. Those will occur in a few weeks in organized team activities and mandatory workouts.

Will Leonard Fournette break the streak of disappointing SEC running backs? -
If Jacksonville Jaguars rookie Leonard Fournette surpasses 1,000 yards this season, he'll find himself in rare company when it comes to former SEC running backs. There have been 16 SEC backs drafted in the first round between 1994 (when the draft was trimmed to seven rounds) and 2016, but only six managed to rush for 1,000 yards as a rookie: Todd Gurley (2015), Joseph Addai (2006), Carnell Williams (2006), Jamal Lewis (2000), Fred Taylor (1998), and Robert Edwards (1998).