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Jaguars OL Cam Robinson placed on Designated for Return List

Jaguars left tackle Cam Robinson can return to practice within the next 21 days.

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The Jacksonville Jaguars are one of 32 NFL teams to be stricken by the injury bug this season, but help is on the way in the form of veteran offensive lineman Cam Robinson.

The team announced today that Robinson has been placed on the Reserve/Injured; Designated for Return List, meaning he has a 21-day practice window to return to the active roster.

Robinson was originally placed on the Reserve/Injured list on Nov. 27 with a left knee injury. He also missed the first four games of the season due to suspension.

That said, Robinson -- originally drafted by Jacksonville 34th overall in 2017 -- has still been the most consistent Jaguars lineman this season. He’s allowed 10 pressures, per PFF; the rest of the offensive line has allowed 144. One hundred and forty-four!

Doug Pederson said on Tuesday:

“Yeah, this is the week we can open his window. We’ll get him back on the practice field tomorrow, yes.”

When asked if Robinson is expected to play on Sunday, Pederson replied:

“I hope so. Again, it’s a still ways away, but hopeful and optimistic that he’ll be ready to go, yes.”

And when asked if that makes Walker Little the swing tackle moving forward (meaning Ezra Cleveland will continue to start at left guard once Robinson returns), Pederson said:

“I believe at this time, yes. As we head into it, we’ll see where he’s at. Obviously, he’s really sore right now too. Ezra is sore, we’ve got some opportunities, whether he’s the left guard or Ezra or Shatley moving forward. If need be, Walker or Blake Hance could be those two tackles.”