The Jaguars have locked up one of their two unsigned second-round wideouts, announcing today (via Twitter) that Allen Robinson has inked his rookie deal with the club. The signing leaves Marqise Lee as the only Jacksonville draftee who has yet to put pen to paper.
Robinson, 20, was selected 61st overall by the Jaguars last month, as the team went heavy on offensive picks in the first few rounds. The former Penn State standout, who will be catching balls from either Chad Henne or fellow rookie Blake Bortles in 2014, is in line for a signing bonus worth about $873K, according to Jason Fitzgerald of Over The Cap. The full four-year value of Robinson’s deal should be in the neighborhood of $3.51MM.
With Robinson now under contract, only four 2014 draft picks still have to sign their deals. Besides Lee, Cleveland’s Justin Gilbert, Tennessee’s Taylor Lewan, and Miami’s Billy Turner remain unsigned.