One of the NFL's best-kept secrets resides in Jacksonville.
That is bound to change after Robinson dominated OTAs and minicamp with his big-play ability down the field and in the red zone.
Bortles isn't the first to heap praise on Robinson this month.
Coach Gus Bradley noted in Robinson's first practices since returning from the stress fracture that the former Penn State star was already "playing with a lot of confidence."
On pace to break Justin Blackmon's franchise record for receptions by a rookie, Robinson was just hitting his stride prior to his season-ending injury last November.