Jaguars add Denard Robinson to coaching staff

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Denard Robinson is back with the Jaguars, this time as a coach.

Robinson, who played running back for the Jaguars for four years, has joined the Jaguars’ staff as an offensive quality control coach, Field Yates of ESPN reports.

The 29-year-old Robinson was a fifth-round draft pick of the Jaguars in 2013 and played with them through 2016. Last year he spent some time working for Jacksonville University’s football program.

Best remembered for his time as a running quarterback at Michigan, Robinson was the Big Ten offensive player of the year in 2010.

5 responses to “Jaguars add Denard Robinson to coaching staff

  1. Denard never tied his shoelaces, so what kind of quality control will he be responsible for?

  2. Underrated player. Played well in 2014 then was not given a chance the next season because of they drafted Yeldon. Played QB in college and RB in the pros. I think is good addition. I thought it was random he never tied his shoes, but also kinda cool.

  3. edelmanfanclub says:
    June 11, 2020 at 7:53 pm
    Underrated player. Played well in 2014 then was not given a chance the next season because of they drafted Yeldon. Played QB in college and RB in the pros. I think is good addition. I thought it was random he never tied his shoes, but also kinda cool.
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    He did not get touches because he would fumble at the most critical times in games.

  4. Good for shoelaces. David Caldwell the Jags GM loved him and he was given every opportunity but sadly like for so many college players, he didn’t have NFL caliber talent.
    Still, he’s a good guy and may be a really good coach.

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