Report: Allen Robinson gets permission to seek trade

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Wide receiver Allen Robinson appears to be on the move.

Tom Pelissero of NFL Media reports that the Rams have given Robinson permission to talk to other teams about trading for him. The report adds that the Rams are willing to pay a portion of Robinson’s $15.25 million guaranteed salary in order to make a deal happen.

Robinson signed a three-year deal with the Rams last year and had 33 catches for 339 yards and three touchdowns in 10 games before going on injured reserve in November.

There’s been talk about the Rams looking to trade cornerback Jalen Ramsey this offseason and the report about Robinson suggests that bigger changes are coming after a disappointing 2022 in Los Angeles.

15 responses to “Report: Allen Robinson gets permission to seek trade

  1. Weird that you dont hear eff them picks anymore…. especially since we seen the chiefs and eagles do it with out selling out their future. They did all that and if they have another losing year their whole fanbase will disappear. The NFL is obsessed with making football in LA work, Meanwhile the other 95% of the country actively roots against them.

  2. As much as I’d like to see him back in Chicago, I can see him going to Dallas or the Bills if they dump Diggs.

  3. This WR is never happy regardless of which team he is on. That tells me that he is either greedy or is a diva, or both.

  4. He wants to be on a team that has a qb that can throw. Chicago didn’t. Stafford was hurt. Who knows what Stafford’s arm will be like this year. Once he has that qb we will see what he can do. Meanwhile time is ticking and he needs to stay healthy.

  5. Decent WR option but reminds me of Nelson Agholor’s situation from a year or two ago where he’ll end up landing on the Patriots or Ravens.

  6. funny how things have change and how quickly two years ago they were a dynasty in the making and re writing how team should operate, the only reason this work was they won it all and barley without that in the bag the entire process would have been a disaster.

  7. ukbasedfan – Couldn’t agree more. This just feels like a Pats move waiting to happen. Ugh

  8. He aged about 6 years between 2020 and 2021. He’s a glorified possession receiver now.

  9. Been 5-yrs now since I’ve seen him get any separation at the line of scrimmage.

  10. Diva, Glad the Bears dumped him, they are better off without him and his high priced demands. The Bears tagged him and because he was unhappy with the $17m tag, he loafed the whole season.

  11. This team might need a bigger dumpster for all the trash they are eliminating.

  12. I hope we can find someone to take him. He was as worthless as teets on a bull…

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