"It's a great feeling to sign my first NFL contract," Robinson, the former Michigan signal-caller, said in a statement released by the Jaguars. "It's something I've been waiting my whole life for, and I'm ready to get to camp later this month and get back to work. I was able to get a feel for the NFL game during the offseason, and I look forward to getting the pads on and just keep improving with each practice."
The Jaguars reportedly have some "very interesting offensive wrinkles" centered around both Robinson and fourth-round pick Ace Sanders. Mike Freeman of CBSSports.com tweeted Tuesday that Robinson will emerge as the best player in the draft, a bold statement considering that Robinson probably is looking at a ceiling of 10 to 15 snaps per game.
UPDATE: According to the NFL's rookie slotting system, Robinson receives a signing bonus around $210,000 and counts about $450,000 against the salary cap, The Associated Press reported.