The Jacksonville Jaguars didn't want to pigeon-hole Denard Robinson into a position.
Ten weeks into the season, it appears Robinson will now be limited to one position. Jaguars coach Gus Bradley told reporters that Robinson was unable to pick up receiver or wildcat quarterback like he hoped.
However, Robinson was able to impress at running back and had a decent game a couple of weeks ago against San Francisco. It appears Robinson will be Maurice Jones-Drew's backup and could have potential to receive 14 touches per game.
“He gained our trust as far as ball security and he had a really good work of practice before the San Francisco game and we said, ‘All right, let’s get him in there and see what he can do,'" Bradley said, via the Florida Times-Union.
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