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3 Most Likely Destinations for Allen Robinson in Free Agency

Max Staley
Allen Robinson could be looking for a new home in free agency.
Allen Robinson could be looking for a new home in free agency. / Quinn Harris/Getty Images

Chicago Bears wide receiver Allen Robinson is set to be an unrestricted free agent this offseason. Throughout the 2020 campaign, there were rumors Robinson wanted out, and he certainly didn't do much to dispel them.

And now that his team's season is over, some recent comments from Robinson certainly make it seem like he's played his final down in Chicago.

Likely looking for a new home in 2021, here are the three most likely destinations for Robinson in free agency.

3. Miami Dolphins

Assuming they're sticking with Tua Tagovailoa, the Miami Dolphins need to give him some playmakers to work with. Though they could add a young stud like Ja'Marr Chase or DeVonta Smith with the No. 3 overall pick, it'd be tough to pass up signing a sure thing like Robinson. Adding the 27-year-old would suddenly give the Dolphins a scary skill-position group. Robinson would allow DeVante Parker to become one of the more dangerous No. 2 wideouts in the league and make Mike Gesicki a dynamic third option. Plus, if the Deshaun-Watson-to-Miami rumors prove to be true, this could instantly become one of the best QB-WR combos in football.

2. Cleveland Browns

Believe it or not, Baker Mayfield would unquestionably be the best NFL QB Robinson has ever played with. He's put up monster numbers catching passes from mediocre players (putting it kindly) like Blake Bortles, Mitchell Trubisky and Nick Foles. It's hard not to wonder what he could do with a legit QB like Mayfield. And for whatever reason, Mayfield has been playing much better since losing Odell Beckham Jr., which could lead the organization to trade him in the offseason. Recouping some assets for OBJ while adding Robinson would be yet another shrewd move from GM Andrew Berry.

1. Baltimore Ravens

Lamar Jackson has never played with a receiver like Robinson, and it'd be fun to see what he can do with a player of his caliber. The big-bodied Robinson can win with his size-speed combo on the outside in a way that Marquise Brown, who is 5-foot-9, just can't. And after years of Trubisky and Bortles, it'd probably be tough for Robinson to pass up playing with a perennial MVP candidate like Jackson.

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