Robinson faces suspension for violating policy

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Cam Robinson will face suspension after violation NFL drug policy as the League wait for sample to decide the length of his potential suspension.

Jaguars left tackle Cam Robinson will face suspension for violating the NFL’s performance-enhancing drug policy.

NFL awaits the results of Robinson’s B sample before deciding on the length of the potential suspension, a league source said.

This would be Robinson’s first offense, and he could be suspended for two, six or eight games depending on which prohibited substance was found.

It is stated that He would lose the huge sum of  $888,888 for each game he is suspended.

The left tackler, who is entering the second season of a three-year, $52.75 million contract extension he signed in May, missed the final three games of the 2022 regular season and both Jaguars playoff games after suffering a knee injury in Jacksonville’s overtime victory over the Dallas Cowboys on Dec. 18.

Jaguars general manager Trent Baalke said on April 20 that Robinson would be ready for training camp “from a health standpoint.”

If Robinson is suspended, the Jaguars would slide Walker Little from right tackle to left tackle and likely start Josh Wells, whom they signed to a one-year deal earlier this month, at right tackle. Little started eight games (including playoffs) in Robinson’s place at left tackle over the past two seasons because of injuries.

Robinson has started 75 games for the Jaguars since they drafted him in the second round in 2017.

 

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