Jacksonville Jaguars’ draft plans could have an impact after the key player received a shock suspension

THE Jacksonville Jaguars draft panel takes a massive hit after it was revealed Cam Robinson’s suspension was launched.

Jaguars left tackle Robinson faces a suspension after violating the NFL’s performance-enhancing drug policy.

Jaguar's offensive tackle Cam Robinson faces a suspension


Jaguar’s offensive tackle Cam Robinson faces a suspensionCredit: AP
Robinson is a key starter for the Jaguars


Robinson is a key starter for the JaguarsPhoto credit: Getty

The NFL is still awaiting the results of its B-trial before settling on the length of the potential suspension, per ESPN.

However, if a violation is found and it is his first violation, Robinson could be banned for up to two, six or eight games, depending on which prohibited substance was discovered.

Robinson has spent his entire career in Jacksonville, starting in 14 games last year before missing the rest of the season with a knee injury.

The news could not come at a worse time.

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As most teams prepare to fill gaps in their rosters with the NFL draft, Jacksonville must adapt quickly.

The Jags already lost Jawaan Taylor, last season’s starting right, to the Chiefs in free hands.

Jacksonville only has three offensive tackles on the list going into the draft, which could change plans.

The Jaguars have nine draft picks in the NFL draft.

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And the 24th pick in the first round.

Last season, Jacksonville finished 9-8 and made the playoffs before losing to Super Bowl champions, the Kansas City Chiefs, in the second round.

The NFL Draft takes place from April 27th to 29th.

The Jaguars made the playoffs last season


The Jaguars made the playoffs last seasonPhoto credit: Getty


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