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Jaguars’ Robinson suffered significant injury

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

The Jacksonville Jaguars fear wide receiver Allen Robinson has suffered a significant injury. He was injured in the first quarter against the Houston Texans.

He was injured attempting to make a 17-yard Reception. He was pushed out of bounds by Texans cornerback Kevin Johnson and star defensive end J.J. Watt.

Allen Robinson (Getty Images)

Allen Robinson (Getty Images)

Robinson was initially listed as questionable to return. However, a short-time later, he was ruled out.

Robinson, who is the team’s best receiver, could be lost for the season. If he is, it’s definitely going to be a significant blow to the team moving forward.

An MRI on Monday will determine the severity of the injury.

Allen Hurns replaced Robinson in the game. After the injury, Hurns had three receptions for 42 yards.

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