Allen Robinson agrees to deal with Rams

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The Rams have added a big piece to their offense as they try to repeat as Super Bowl champions.

Wide receiver Allen Robinson will be the latest big name to join the NFC West club. Tom Pelissero of NFL Media reports that it is a three-year, $46.5 million deal that includes $30.7 million in fully guaranteed money.

Robinson missed five games and only caught 38 passes in the games he did play last season, but the Rams clearly think his drop in production was related to the Chicago quarterback situation.

Robinson’s arrival may be a sign that the Rams will not be bringing Odell Beckham Jr. back after signing him during the 2021 season. Beckham tore his ACL in the Super Bowl, but the Rams still talked about bringing him back for another year.

That may not remain the case with Robinson joining Cooper Kupp, Robert Woods, and Van Jefferson on what will be a strong wide receiver depth chart either way.

35 responses to “Allen Robinson agrees to deal with Rams

  1. I wanted him in New England so badly. I need to understand how LA can continue to pull these deals off every 2 seconds….

  2. A Rob was the best WR the Bears have had in a long time. A really, really long time.
    He’s put up great numbers with a lot worse QB’s. With Kupp on the other side he’ll probably not see much, if any double coverage.

  3. Kupp / Robinson / Woods is a terrifying top 3. Things keep getting better for Stafford.

  4. It’s not like you can expect Stafford to develop anybody. Golden Tate, Nate Burleson, Marvin Jones, Odell Beckham, Allen Robinson etc etc got get him established WRs and hope he doesn’t throw pick sixes.

  5. There must be some fuzzy math in Rams cap space. No way they can afford all these players.

  6. The Rich get richer, and Stafford will be in the system for another year. Now everyone is going to start signing deals just to play in LA. Rams going back to back. You don’t even have to watch next year

  7. How is it that the good teams are out there getting better and the Giants & Vikings & Bears aren’t doing a damn thing to improve? Or at least, not doing much.

  8. Considering the current signings across the WR market, this is a steal. Mike Williams got 20 mil/year. Christian Kirk got the whole Brinks truck. Goes to show the kind of discounts you get when you put out a winning product.

  9. Robinson is a really good wideout but they lost three starters from the defense and AD may be gone too. So I guess they are going “all in” on offense. Try to out score their opponents next season? They need to sign a decent edge rusher to replace Miller at least.

  10. So much for OBJ resigning with the Rams. Looks like he needs to find a new home. It’s doubtful he even sees the field this year after the ACL tear in the SB. That was unfortunate.

  11. Everyone wants to play for the Rams and McVay. Man letting von Miller walk cause he didn’t want to be second banana to Donald was a master stroke. Terrell Lewis got a redshirt season, got healthier and stronger and is going to wreck the league while still on his rookie contract. Amazing

  12. Meanwhile, Chris Ballard sits in Indy on $60 million with only one legit WR (Pittman, Jr.). Would a QB really wanna go there? And I’m a Colts fan.

  13. Yet another Rams deal that shows the cap means little. If you want a player, you go get him.

  14. Robert Mitchell says:
    March 17, 2022 at 4:09 pm
    The Rich get richer, and Stafford will be in the system for another year. Now everyone is going to start signing deals just to play in LA. Rams going back to back. You don’t even have to watch next year

    We’ll see what happens with the Rams. Stafford was an inch or two from being intercepted on a few key throws. And with no Von Miller or Whitworth will they be as good.

  15. I just don’t understand how 1 team has probowl players at all positions….signs and trades for every single best player and teams like the Commanders are over over the cap with almost nothing.

  16. Typical Bears move to lose him “You don’t know what you’ve got ’till it’s gone.”

  17. NFL salary cap is getting pretty the books ..nobody would no better in the nfl how to hide their money than Kroenke—-odd that Robinson is not even top 10 in pay for wideout. he should be getting paid above the table- 15 million -lol

  18. How is it that the good teams are out there getting better and the Giants & Vikings & Bears aren’t doing a damn thing to improve? Or at least, not doing much.


    Well the Vikings and Bears aren’t going to do anything because they know there is no way that they can surpass the Packers!

  19. I knew Robinson wasn’t coming back but I agree with some of the previous commentary, how do the Rams keep getting around the cap? Time for an overhaul of the salary cap, the Rams, Cowboys, Chiefs – they all play games with the cap. Best of luck to Robinson though, he was always a pro with the Bears, even having to live through Nagy’s incompetence.

  20. There’s no way they were going to be able to sign OBJ. He would have wanted $20M+ per year. I’m not a Rams fan but they seem to have done a good job of working within the cap by kicking the can down the road. Still, hard to blame a team for doing that when they have a chance to win Super Bowls. Might as well strike while the iron’s hot and pay for it later. I think Tampa Bay is in that boat too. To some extent, same with the Cowboys except for the win now part. With them it’s more like spend like crazy now, not win anything, and pay later.

  21. Longtimepackerfan says:
    March 17, 2022 at 6:11 pm
    No draft picks, build with free agents. Salary cap a joke.

    Rams have as many draft picks as anyone this year thanks to compensatory picks as a result of teams signing their players in free agency. The Rams have done a great job drafting and trading for the key players on their roster.

  22. allinforallen says:
    March 17, 2022 at 3:55 pm
    The Rams would have a real problem if there was a salary CAP.


    True. But Rams got 3 or 4 all pro players for the same price as GB does for 1.

  23. I think they would be better off spending this money on a replacement for Von. There loaded on offense. But i’m with everyone else, i know they ripped up Goffs contract for those picks, but how do you sign Gurley to that contract and get away with this?

  24. That’s a steal for the Rams considering where the WR market is. Definitely the best situation he’s ever played in scheme and talent wise too.

  25. Allen Robinson can’t get open, he’s a good receiver but will not age well. That’s why the Lions didn’t resign Golladay to a long term deal, once he loses his jumping ability with age thats it.

  26. Pretty smart pickup for the Rams.With OBJ out most of the year rehabbing, Robinson is a top notch receiver at an affordable price.

  27. A-Rob was an awesome receiver his first few years with the Bears. Last year, he was not. The deal will look really good if he returns to form, and really bad if he doesn’t. I wish him the best, he played hard for Chicago!

  28. I think with Robinson leaving the Nagy clown show and going to a team committed to win, his game will revert to the good years

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