The Jacksonville Jaguars have signed second round pick Cam Robinson, the team announced in a press release on Wednesday afternoon. Robinson was a three-year starter at left tackle for Alabama before the Jaguars traded up in the second round to draft him in the 2017 NFL Draft.
“It feels great,” Robinson said after signing his new contract via the press release. “It is something that you always dream about when you are a kid. It is a life-long goal. To get this accomplished is another check mark off the list.”
Robinson is working primarily at left tackle for the Jaguars right now, but if/when veteran Branden Albert reports to offseason workouts, it’s expected the two will compete with one another for the starting left tackle job, with the loser potentially moving inside to guard.
The only unsigned draft pick for the Jaguars now is third round pick, Dawuane Smoot from Illinois.