Is Keelan Cole in for Expanded Role After Allen Robinson's Torn ACL?

Is Keelan Cole in for Expanded Role After Allen Robinson's Torn ACL

Is Keelan Cole in for Expanded Role After Allen Robinson's Torn ACL

He was ruled out for the rest of the game and the fear is he tore the ACL in his left knee, according to National Football League medical analyst for SiriusXM and the San Diego Union-Tribune Dr. David J. Chao.

After a 1,400-yard, 14-touchdown season in 2015, Robinson cooled down previous year at Jacksonville quarterback Blake Bortles struggled.

Media reports indicated that the Jaguars feared that Robinson tore his ACL, which would knock the receiver out for the rest of the season.

Marqise Lee finally showed some promise in 2016, due in no small part to staying healthy.

Allen Robinson's season couldn't have gotten off to a worse start.

Robinson sustained a non-contact injury on his first reception of the game, a 17-yard sideline pass from Blake Bortles in the first quarter. "He is due for significant positive TD regression too".

Jacksonville Jaguars left to scramble at wide receiver with Marquis Lee, Allen Hurns as top options. He was solid in 2015 with 4,428 yards and 35 touchdowns, but the two years around that one have had Lee and Hurns looking more like occasional flex players. Cleveland's DeShone Kizer ran for a 1-yard TD and threw a 3-yard scoring pass, but came up just short in the Browns' 21-18 loss to Pittsburgh.