Jaguars confirm WR Robinson out for season with knee injury

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The Jaguars confirmed that Robinson suffered an ACL injury in his left knee during Sunday's win over the Texans. Nearly immediately, the Jaguars ruled him out for the game.

He caught a career-high 80 passes for 1,400 yards and 14 touchdowns in 2015, then had 73 receptions for 883 yards and six touchdowns last season.

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

The former Pro Bowl receiver suffered a knee injury on a non-contact play following his first reception of the game in the first quarter.

Although he experienced a setback in production last season, Robinson was still the clear-cut number one wideout for the Jaguars this year.

It's not quite time to trust Lee as an every-week starter because of his long injury history, which included nine missed games in 2014 and '15 combined, but if he was already on your bench, now is a good time to use him as a flex player. Lee has 115 receptions for 1,464 yards and five touchdowns in three National Football League seasons and has started 16 games in three seasons.

Lee and Hurns were met with skepticism coming into the season.

Jacksonville Jaguars left to scramble at wide receiver with Marquis Lee, Allen Hurns as top options.

Aside from injuries, Bortles' erratic play makes it hard to trust either player as starting options in your lineup.

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