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Jaguars’ Robinson tears ACL

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

It is believed that Jacksonville Jaguars wide receiver Allen Robinson has suffered a torn ACL. If the diagnosis is exactly this, he’s lost for the season.

He was injured in the first quarter against the Houston Texans. As of late, the early prognosis is that he’s done for the season with a torn ACL.

Allen Robinson (Getty Images)

Allen Robinson (Getty Images)

An official confirmation will be made on Monday when he undergoes an MRI.

He’ll be the first player in the regular season thus far to be lost for the season with a torn ACL. This news has definitely put a damper on the team’s season-opener win.

It’s their first season-opener win since the 2011 season.

The Jaguars will definitely have a hard-time replacing Robinson, who led the team in all receiving categories last season.

Allen Hurns replaced Robinson after his injury. He had three receptions for 42-yards.

Head coach Doug Marrone and Tom Coughlin, who leads their football operations, may be forced to look for outside help. That process may have already begun, as the team knows now Robinson is likely done for the season.

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