The Jacksonville Jaguars have been working on bringing back some of their own impending free agents before the start of NFL Free Agency on Tuesday March 13. One player the Jaguars brought back is offensive tackle William Robinson who was slated to be a restricted free agent, according to John Clayton of ESPN.
#Jaguars reach a two-year deal to re-sign offensive lineman Will Robinson, a source told @ClaytonESPN— Paul Kuharsky (@espn_afcsouth) March 9, 2012
Robinson was a late season waiver claim by the Jaguars after he was released by the New Orleans Saints. Robinson has been in the NFL since 2009, originally joining the Washington Redskins playing in just one game. Robinson then bounced to the Seattle Seahawks for the 2010 season before signing with the Saints for the 2011 season. Robinson played his college football at San Diego State.
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