The Chicago Bears, a year after placing his franchise card, are expected to let Allen Robinson step into the freelance agency job. That would make Darnell Mooney the #1 collector for the Bears, but would also allow both sides to get off to a good start.
Robinson had a lousy 2021 season. He finished with 410 yards and one touchdown, these are the numbers of a rookie set to make the leap – not one who scored consecutive goals in consecutive seasons. .
There are still a lot of teams that want Robinson on their team, so Let’s place the odds about where Robinson will land this season.
Indianapolis Colts: +125
Colts seemed like the perfect reboot destination for Robinson. He should be able to play in his old league, with a solid team around him and possibly make the most money. Colts has $34 million in cap space and has enough room to give one recipient that money.
If they keep Carson Wentz, Robinson would be a great tribute to him and Michael Pittman Jr. Going to Indianapolis would also give Robinson a chance to return to the winning team, something he hasn’t participated in since 2018.
Detroit Lion: +250
After a bad breakup, leaving to a competitor of the same rank should always be on the radar. Robinson will be in another losing situation, but he will be wearing the Bears twice a season. Detroit last season showed that they can compete in a lot of games and Robinson’s presence could help Jared Goff play a lot.
While Robinson may want to come up with a winner, never count on the power of revenge.
Commander Washington: +350
Washington has a new name, but the same old problem. For now, the holding midfield situation is still ongoing, but having two good collectors could help with who will be a starter in 2022.
With Terry McLaurin on one side and $27 million in captivity, Washington has the systems and the dollars to make the move. If the Commanders wanted to use their pick in exchange for a quarterback, then Robinson would be a great way to bring the offense to life.
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