3 Most Likely Allen Robinson Free Agent Destinations

Larry Rupp
Three of the most likely free agent destinations for wide receiver Allen Robinson.
Three of the most likely free agent destinations for wide receiver Allen Robinson. / Chris Unger/GettyImages
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It's safe to say that 2021 was a down season for Allen Robinson. He failed to rack up over 1,000 receiving yards for the first time in three years and was stuck on a lackluster Chicago Bears' offense. The 28-year-old will head into the offseason likely looking for a new team to call home in free agency.

A number of NFL teams should be looking to upgrade their receiving core and Robinson comes with a ton of upside as a veteran that averages 64.1 yards per game in his career. With that being said, here are three of the most likely free agent destinations for Robinson.

Allen Robinson Free Agency

1. Miami Dolphins

The Dolphins head into the offseason with more projected cap space than any other NFL team. They are going to be looking to spend and bringing in Allen Robinson addresses a big issue. Miami is in need of another Pro Bowl-caliber wideout to run alongside dynamic rookie Jaylen Waddle. DeVante Parker is no slouch, but his injury history leaves a lot to be desired. Robinson has the body control necessary to haul in contested catches and could act as quarterback Tua Tagovailoa's go-to deep threat. After all, the Dolphins averaged just 6.4 yards per passing attempt on the season. That needs to improve if they want any shot of competing in the AFC East.

2. Philadelphia Eagles

Another team is desperate need of a playmaker at WR is the Philadelphia Eagles. Head coach Nick Sirianni's squad leaned on a strong rushing attack this season due in part to a lack of pass-catching depth behind rookie DeVonta Smith. In fact, the Eagles finished the year with just 5 passing plays of 40-plus yards, which tied for the lowest mark in the NFL. Robinson has posted at least one 40-yard catch in six of his eight NFL seasons and averages a reliable 12.9 yards per reception overall. While Philadelphia would need to figure out a few cap space issues here, it would be worth it to give quarterback Jalen Hurts another exciting offensive weapon.

3. Jacksonville Jaguars

A reunion between Allen Robinson and the Jacksonville Jaguars should not be taken off the table quite yet. It makes a lot of sense given the Jaguars finished with the ninth-fewest passing yards in the NFL this season (3,674). Robinson had his lone Pro Bowl season as a part of the Jaguars when he logged 1,400 receiving yards and scored 14 touchdowns back in 2015. Quarterback Trevor Lawrence showed some flashes of greatness this season and Robinson could be the player to take this offense to another level. It's no question that he would be the No. 1 WR on this team. Taking on that kind of role could be exactly what Robinson is looking for.


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