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    Getty Allen Robinson II of the Chicago Bears is dealing with a hamstring injury. It has been an unconventional year to say the least for Chicago Bears wide receiver Allen Robinson. The most unorthodox aspect to the talented wideout’s season so far is that his numbers are way down from previous years. After catching 102 passes for 1,250 yards and six scores last season, A-Rob has just 30 catches for 339 yards and one touchdown in nine games. The Bears had targeted him over 150 times in each of the previous two seasons, but he has just 50 targets so far this year with only six games remaining. Another difference is missed time. After playing in 15+ games in each of the last two seasons, Robinson hasn’t played since Week 9, when the Bears lost to the Pittsburgh Steelers on November 8. Durability has always been one of A-Rob’s strengths, and he has played through numerous ailments since arriving in the Windy City. But considering Chicago decided to pass on a contract extension, slapping the franchise tag on...
    Rapper Young Dolph Dead at 36 After Fatal Shooting 25 Secrets Elon Musk and Every Other Rich Person Knows © Provided by NBC Sports Replay Video SETTINGS OFF HD HQ SD LO Skip Ad Linebacker Khalil Mack missed the Bears’ final two games before their Week 10 bye and he’s not yet ready to get back on the field. Mack did not take part in practice for the Bears as they stepped up their preparations for facing the Ravens this Sunday. Mack is dealing with a foot injury and Bears head coach Matt Nagy said earlier this week that he hopes Mack will be able to return to action this week. Safety Eddie Jackson (hamstring) also missed the Week Nine loss to the Steelers and he joined Mack on the sideline. Wide receiver Allen Robinson played in that game and had four catches for 68 yards, but didn’t practice because of a hamstring injury. Tight end Jimmy Graham (rest), defensive tackle Akiem Hicks (ankle), linebacker Danny Trevathan (knee), and offensive lineman Elijah Wilkinson (back) were the other Bears to...
    Chicago Bears edge rusher Khalil Mack remains out with a left foot injury, leaving his status for this week and beyond still in doubt. Mack was one of seven players who didn’t practice Wednesday afternoon at Halas Hall as the Bears gear up for Sunday’s game against the Baltimore Ravens at Soldier Field. Mack hasn’t played since the Bears’ loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Oct. 24. It remains to be seen whether he will be able to return to the field soon or whether the Bears will move him to injured reserve. Mack wasn’t the only notable absentee at practice inside the Walter Payton Center. Safety Eddie Jackson (hamstring) and defensive lineman Akiem Hicks (ankle) also did not participate. On offense, receiver Allen Robinson remains out with a hamstring issue that popped up during the latter stages of the team’s 29-27 loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers on Nov. 8. Robinson had a key 39-yard reception on the team’s go-ahead touchdown drive in the fourth quarter of that game. But he was not on the field...
    Eternals Director Chloé Zhao Says Shes Kept Tabs on Harry Styles Since His Role in Dunkirk Australia Hits 80% Vaccination; China Jabs Kids: Virus Update Discover player props odds, plays, and insights for Allen Robinson II in his Week 9 contest with the Chicago Bears against the Pittsburgh Steelers. © Provided by Sports Illustrated Dec 27, 2020; Jacksonville, Florida, USA; Chicago Bears wide receiver Allen Robinson II (12) is stopped by Jacksonville Jaguars safety Josh Jones (29) during the first quarter at TIAA Bank Field. Mandatory Credit: Reinhold Matay-USA TODAY Sports There will be player prop betting options available for Allen Robinson II ahead of Monday's NFL action at 8:15 PM ET live on ESPN. Robinson's Chicago Bears (3-5) and the Pittsburgh Steelers (4-3) go toe-to-toe in a Week 9 matchup from Heinz Field in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Want more in-depth sports betting and fantasy insights? Sign up today for the SI Winners Club Newsletter.Allen Robinson II Prop Bet OddsView the original article to see embedded media.Allen Robinson II Prop Bet Stats and TrendsSeason Stats Robinson's 44 targets have resulted...
    CHICAGO (CBS) — The Bears’ offense has struggled all season, and Allen Robinson – the top receiver the last three years – is a microcosm of it. In a contract year, Robinson is averaging career lows in targets, receptions, and yards per game. READ MORE: City Of Markham Takes Action, Investigation Launched Against Police Officer After CBS 2 Exposes Over 1,400 Unlicensed Businesses Got PPP LoansHe also has just one touchdown. READ MORE: Chicago Weather: Thursday To Start In The 20s For Most“If somebody had told me, you know, this is where it would be at, I would have bet heavily against that,” Robinson said. “It’s been tough – you know, trying to see what I can do differently; trying to, you know what I’m saying, figure out what there is that can be done differently, again, on my end – really just try to control the things that I can control.” MORE NEWS: Neighbors Terrified Amid Rash Of Gunfire And Shootings In And Around Albany Park, Alderwoman Says Fix Is Not So SimpleIn 2020, Robinson caught a career high...
    Getty Allen Robinson's agent doesn't seem to think the Chicago Bears are using the WR enough. Are the Chicago Bears phasing wide receiver Allen Robinson out? Robinson’s agent Brandon Parker “liked” a tweet following Chicago’s 33-22 Week 8 loss to the San Francisco 49ers that suggested exactly that. The tweet, sent out by Chicago Sun-Times beat reporter Russ Dorsey, said this: “It really feels like there has been a concerted effort to not get Allen Robinson the ball. I know he’s been banged up and it could just be not getting as open, but they’re not even looking his way.” It really feels like there has been a concerted effort to not get Allen Robinson the ball. I know he’s been banged up and it could just be not getting as open, but they’re not even looking his way. #Bears — Russell Dorsey (@Russ_Dorsey1) October 31, 2021 Robinson rolled his ankle in the Bears’ Week 5 win over the Las Vegas Raiders, and he has been playing through it. He has had just nine catches for 90 yards in the...
    Getty Multiple NFL insiders have weighed in regarding those Allen Robinson trade rumors. Based on the latest reports by multiple NFL insiders, it’s looking like Allen Robinson is not going anywhere. Rumors have been flying for weeks that the Chicago Bears might part ways with the 28-year-old wide receiver, but according to reports by NFL analyst Jordan Schultz — who co-hosts The Playoff Pod with Robinson — tweeted the following on November 2: #Bears WR Allen Robinson unlikely to be traded today, per sources. — Jordan Schultz (@Schultz_Report) November 2, 2021 A few hours later, NFL insider Matt Lombardo echoed the sentiment that Robinson would be staying put: It doesn’t sound like Allen Robinson is going to be traded by the #Bears today, according to #NFL sources. Robinson, playing on the franchise tag, has 26 catches for 271 yards and one touchdown this season. — Matt Lombardo (@MattLombardoNFL) November 2, 2021 Robinson has been off to the slowest start of his eight-year career, and some speculated the team might try to move on from him in order...
    A Gossip Girl star, plus more celebs with milestone birthdays in November 2021 American predicts far fewer cancelations after some 2,000 in 3 days It's safe to say that the Chiefs haven't lived up to expectations this year. Kansas City has stumbled to a 3-4 record out of the gate and are facing a critical "Monday Night Football" game against the Giants. The reigning AFC Champions need to earn a win and get back to .500 to keep pace in what's turning out to be a competitive AFC West. It's also an important game for them because it's the last one before the 2021 NFL trade deadline. That is coming on Nov. 2, so the Chiefs will need to decide soon whether they believe they can be contenders in 2021. If so, then they may want to make some moves. The Chiefs still have plenty of star power with Patrick Mahomes, Tyreek Hill and Travis Kelce, but they are certainly missing some pieces. Luckily enough for them, some of their biggest needs may be available to fill on the...
    Getty Chicago Bears wide receiver Allen Robinson looks on before a 2019 game against the Kansas City Chiefs. For the second year in a row, the Baltimore Ravens have been named as a potential trade destination for Chicago Bears wide receiver Allen Robinson, but unlike last season, the move would make absolutely no sense for the Ravens. Forget that the Ravens don’t have the salary cap space to take on the prorated portion of Robinson’s $18 million contract this season; we’ve seen teams find all sorts of creative ways to stretch the cap in recent years. Baltimore simply doesn’t need Robinson, not nearly as much as they need help at other positions like offensive tackle and running back. The Ravens’ rumored interest in Robinson last year made sense, as tight end Mark Andrews was the team’s leading receiver with an average of 50.1 yards per game. But in 2021, the Ravens have four players averaging over 50 yards per game. Robinson, by contrast, has only 35.7. The Ravens made significant investments at wide receiver this offseason, signing veteran...
    (Photo by Jeff Bottari/Getty Images) As the Nov. 2 trade deadline approaches, NFL teams on the cusp of a playoff berth should make moves to poach Chicago Bears wide receiver Allen Robinson II.  There are two things to say about Bears wide receiver Allen Robinson II right now: he’s not the third-round fantasy draft pick he was projected to be, and it’s only a matter of time until he leaves Chicago. With less than a week until the Tuesday trade deadline, the Bears could lean on their biggest leverage in the trading realm. Chicago drafted Justin Fields this spring and plans to rebuild the team with Fields and Mack, but the 28-year-old Robinson II could be more valuable as a trading chip at this point. It’s not that Robinson II has declined in his potential — it’s that he isn’t reaching his potential on a depleted Bears offense. Allen Robinson right now: pic.twitter.com/ajwjkoxltE — DraftKings (@DraftKings) October 24, 2021 This season, Robinson II has gotten 35 or fewer yards in five of his seven games, and he hasn’t gotten more...
    Getty Will the Bears trade WR Allen Robinson? With the NFL’s trade deadline coming up on November 2, there are a few names that keep popping up for the Chicago Bears as possible trade chips. One is top wideout Allen Robinson. Robinson hasn’t quite developed the solid chemistry with rookie quarterback Justin Fields many hoped he would. A-Rob has just 23 catches for 250 yards and a touchdown this season — he has had 40+ catches and 500+ yards at this point in the season each of the last two years with the Bears — and many are wondering if he wouldn’t flourish elsewhere. There are plenty of WR-needy teams, and the Bears are more likely to face plant this season than they are to make a playoff run. Why not get some draft capital while they can for a potentially valuable asset like Robinson with the goal of starting to build around Fields? One prominent Bears insider thinks they should, and he revealed what the team’s selling price for the talented wideout would likely be. ALL the latest Bears...
    Clamorous students participate in government — by suing it China Warns U.S. Support for Taiwan Poses ‘Huge Risks’ to Ties © Provided by NBC Sports Replay Video SETTINGS OFF HD HQ SD LO Skip Ad A common criticism of Bears coach Matt Nagy has been the decision to declare Andy Dalton the starting quarterback throughout the offseason, training camp, the preseason and the start of the regular season, which resulted in rookie Justin Fields being thrown into the starting lineup without much work with the first string offense. Bears receiver Allen Robinson seemed to lend credence to that criticism. Asked about his chemistry with Fields, Robinson said that’s still being built, and he noted the lack of reps in training camp as a reason for that. “That’s something that we’re continuing to build on, again, continuing to get reps in practice,” Robinson said Tuesday. “There weren’t many snaps that we took in training camp. A lot of these things, we’re just trying to build on.” Fields became the starter in Week Three because Dalton was injured and has kept...
    Getty Allen Robinson was asked about his lack of chemistry with rookie Justin Fields. Allen Robinson has gotten off to a slow start this year. The Chicago Bears wide receiver is coming off his worst game of the season, catching just two passes on four targets for 16 yards in Chicago’s ugly 38-3 loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers Week 7. A-Rob has just 23 catches for 250 yards and a touchdown through his first seven games, which is less than half the yardage he had gained by this point in 2019 (46 catches, 526 yards, 3 TDs through seven games) and last season (44 catches for 544 yards and two TDs). One reason for his slow start has been an apparent lack of chemistry between himself and rookie quarterback Justin Fields. For several weeks now, Fields has thrown in Robinson’s direction with results that have rarely been successful. Justin Fields and Allen Robinson never seem to be on the same page. — Adam Hoge (@AdamHoge) October 24, 2021 When speaking with the media on October 26, A-Rob...
    Getty Allen Robinson On the New England Patriots roster, there are a few holes. However, when gauging which issue needs the most immediate attention–it’s hard to ignore the Patriots’ lack of weapons in the passing game. Apparently, former players and analysts are seeing the same problems as a priority. NFL Analyst Believes Patriots Should Target the Bears’ Allen Robinson Former Patriots QB and current NBC Sports analyst Matt Cassell makes it clear, he believes his former team should target a WR over an offensive lineman at the trade deadline. In a recent article, he got specific with his preferred target. Cassell wrote: As for a target? I like Chicago Bears wide receiver Allen Robinson. I like the way he goes about his business. He hasn’t always been the offensive focal point in Chicago, but he’s a true No. 1 wide receiver who makes plays and has a tremendous catch radius. He’s playing on the franchise tag, so if you trade for him, you’d have to consider re-upping him next year and how that impacts the salary cap. But...
    25 legendary filmmakers who never won the Best Director Oscar The 8 Best Side Hustles for Gen Z Several key WRs have already been ruled out for Week 7 (Antonio Brown, T.Y. Hilton, Kadarius Toney, Kenny Golladay, Curtis Samuel, Sammy Watkins), and several more (Julio Jones, Tyreek Hill, Sterling Shepard, Allen Robinson, DeVante Parker) are "questionable." Waiting for the latest injury updates inevitably causes start 'em, sit 'em headaches, especially in a heavy bye week, but it looks like fantasy football owners will have to sweat out at least a few of these wide receivers until the official active/inactive reports are released.  We'll be updating this article with the latest injury news throughout the day on Sunday. For the latest on ailing RBs Damien Williams, Antonio Gibson, D'Andre Swift, and Sony Michel, go here; for more on banged-up TEs Darren Waller, T.J. Hockenson, and Evan Engram, click here; for news on Alex Collins, go here; for the Week 7 weather forecast, click here. For all the latest fantasy news, follow us on Twitter @SN_Fantasy. WEEK 7 FANTASY: Sleepers | Busts |...
    The definitive The Who playlist Top 14 Home Repairs To Do To Avoid Failing Inspection © Provided by NBC Sports Replay Video SETTINGS OFF HD HQ SD LO Skip Ad The Bears got receiver Allen Robinson (ankle) back to practice Thursday. He was limited after sitting out Wednesday. Robinson injured his ankle in Week 5 against the Raiders but played 56 snaps against the Packers and caught four passes for 53 yards. The Bears added defensive lineman Bilal Nichols to the practice report with a knee injury. He missed Thursday’s session. Safety Tashaun Gipson (hip) sat out Thursday after being limited a day earlier. Outside linebacker Khalil Mack (foot) and defensive tackle Akiem Hicks (groin) remained out of practice. Returner Jakeem Grant (ankle) also didn’t practice for a second consecutive day. Cornerback Duke Shelley (ankle) was limited. Bears receivers coach Mike Furrey returned to practice Thursday after testing positive for COVID-19 last week. He missed six days. Allen Robinson returns to limited practice, but Khalil Mack, Akiem Hicks remain out originally appeared on Pro Football Talk
    25 major actors who have directed great movies Claiming Social Security Early Isnt Always the Answer, Even If You Have Health Issues A star TE (T.J. Hockenson) and two WR3s (Allen Robinson and Kadarius Toney) are all "questionable" heading into Week 6 games, which is sure to cause fantasy start 'em, sit 'em headaches. We'll be here all Sunday morning with the latest injury updates so you know who to start in the event any of these game-time decisions aren't playing. For updates on "questionable" early-game RBs Antonio Gibson, Joe Mixon, and D'Andre Swift, click here; for news on banged-up late-game RBs Ezekiel Elliott, Kareem Hunt, Chase Edmonds, Melvin Gordon, and Damien Harris, go here; for more on ailing WRs Tyreek Hill, Terry McLaurin, and Mike Williams, click here; for the Week 6 weather forecast, click here. For all the latest fantasy news, follow us on Twitter @SN_Fantasy. WEEK 6 STANDARD RANKINGS: Quarterback | Running back | Wide receiver | Tight end | D/ST | Kicker Is T.J. Hockenson playing Week 6? UPDATE: NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reported Sunday...
    Our favorite Owen Wilson roles Money’s most influential: Where Americans get their financial advice Discover player props odds, plays, and insights for Allen Robinson II in his Week 6 contest with the Chicago Bears against the Green Bay Packers. © Provided by Sports Illustrated Dec 27, 2020; Jacksonville, Florida, USA; Chicago Bears wide receiver Allen Robinson II (12) is stopped by Jacksonville Jaguars safety Josh Jones (29) during the first quarter at TIAA Bank Field. Mandatory Credit: Reinhold Matay-USA TODAY Sports There will be player prop bet markets available for Allen Robinson II before he suits up for NFL action on Sunday at 1:00 PM ET live on FOX. NFC North rivals meet in Week 6 when Robinson and the Chicago Bears (3-2) square off against the Green Bay Packers (4-1) at Soldier Field in Chicago, Illinois. Want more in-depth sports betting and fantasy insights? Sign up today for the SI Winners Club Newsletter.Allen Robinson II Prop Bet OddsOdds courtesy of SI Sportsbook.Bears vs. Packers OddsView the original article to see embedded media.Allen Robinson II Prop Bet Stats and...
    Getty Allen Robinson It seems the story is the same every year, with or without Tom Brady at quarterback, close to midway through the NFL season the New England Patriots are either in the market for a trade to land a wide receiver–or someone is strongly urging them to find a No. 1 receiver. As of right now, the Patriots don’t have one of those guys–despite adding Kendrick Bourne and Nelson Agholor via free agency this offseason. New England has already shipped off former Defensive Player of the Year Stephon Gilmore to the Carolina Panthers for a sixth-round pick. Would they consider another splash-worthy trade to add a receiver? Chris Roling of Bleacher Report believes the Patriots are one of the teams that should be interested in the Chicago Bears’ Allen Robinson. Patriots Named as Team That Should Chase Allen Robinson If you pay attention to the scuttlebutt on Patriots-related social media, you’ll hear Odell Beckham Jr and Michael Thomas mentioned. In reality, all three must be considered long shots for the generally conservative Patriots, but Robinson is...
    Tristan Thompson Praises Ex Khloé Kardashians Abs of Steel on Health Cover: So Motivational 5 quality energy stocks with high dividend yields propelled by soaring oil prices © Provided by NBC Sports Replay Video SETTINGS OFF HD HQ SD LO Skip Ad The Bears practiced without linebacker Khalil Mack and wide receiver Allen Robinson for the second straight day on Thursday. Missed practices are nothing new for Mack, who has regularly missed practices this season with a foot injury. He has played in all five games and recorded five sacks despite the injury. Robinson has not been on the injury report heading into games, but he’s dealing with an ankle injury this week. He had four catches for 32 yards last Sunday and has 17 catches for 181 yards and a touchdown on the season. The Bears also have Darnell Moody (groin), who leads the team in catches and receiving yards, listed as a limited participant. Defensive tackle Akiem Hicks (groin), linebacker Caleb Johnson (knee), and tight end J.P. Holtz (quad) also missed a second straight practice. Quarterback Justin...
    Getty Chicago Bears wide receiver Allen Robinson is an unrestricted free agent next year. Is Chicago Bears wide receiver Allen Robinson dropping hints like breadcrumbs? He might be. He could also be showing love to some of his favorite quarterbacks. In an October 9 appearance on The Keyshawn, JWill & Max Show, the Bears wideout, who is playing under the franchise tag this season, spoke about his recent lack of negotiations with the Bears. Robinson noted he wasn’t focused on the past or on a new deal but on the present and having a solid 2021 season. He’s off to a bit of a slow start so far, catching 17 passes on 29 targets for 181 yards and a touchdown. Those numbers will likely go up soon now that Justin Fields has been named the starter, however. “I think that I’m a pretty versatile player,” Robinson told cohosts Keyshawn Johnson, Jay Williams and Max Kellerman. “I’ve kind of built my game around that, being versatile and being able to play and adjust to whoever the quarterback is or whatever...
    Netflix and ‘Lupin’ Star Omar Sy Sign Multi-Year Film Deal Asian stocks retreat as surging energy prices spark inflation concerns Subscribe to the Yahoo Fantasy Football Forecast Apple Podcasts • Spotify • Stitcher • Google Podcasts Andy Behrens and Scott Pianowski get together with some advice on who to pick up off the waiver wire in your fantasy football league at RB, QB, WR and TE. In addition to talking about Kadarius Toney’s big day with the Giants, the guys also try and figure out how much trouble the Chiefs are in, if the Eagles are a competitive football team and wonder aloud about a Detroit Lions curse. Stay up to date with the latest fantasy football news and coverage from Yahoo Sports on Twitter @YahooFantasy Follow Andy @AndyBehrens Follow Dalton @DaltonDelDon Follow Liz @LizLoza_FF Follow Matt @MattHarmon_BYB Follow Scott @Scott_Pianowski Check out the rest of the Yahoo Sports podcast family at https://apple.co/3zEuTQj or at yahoosports.com/podcasts
    Getty Bears WR Allen Robinson II reacts to a first down against the Lions. Allen Robinson had three receptions on three targets for 63 yards in the Chicago Bears‘ 24-14 win over the Detroit Lions, but his agent, Brandon Parker, wants to see his client see more targets. Robinson had been targeted 21 times in the first three games of the season, catching just 10 passes for 86 yards and a score, and while he had some nice garbs Week 4 and may be developing a solid connection with rookie quarterback Justin Fields, Parker didn’t seem happy with a game plan that targeted the team’s top wideout three times. A-Rob’s agent took to Twitter to express frustration with whomever was calling the Bears’ plays, saying: “Glad to see the team win but 3 total targets!?” Parker deleted the tweet, but I managed to get a screenshot of it: TwitterAllen Robinson’s agent, Brandon Parker, tweeted and deleted the above shortly after the Bears’ win October 3. After the win, Bears head coach Matt Nagy revealed what seemed...
    Toronto Film Fest to Demand Talent, Industry Mask Up for 2021 Edition How To Boost Your Financial Literacy in the Retirement Years © Provided by NBC Sports Replay Video SETTINGS OFF HD HQ SD LO Skip Ad The Bears held receiver Allen Robinson out of a practice with the Dolphins on Wednesday with a hamstring issue, Chris Emma of 670 The Score reports. It is unclear how long the injury will sideline Robinson. Robinson attended the joint practice but did not participate. The teams practice again Thursday, two days before their preseason opener. Robinson, 27, has 200 receptions for 2,397 yards and 13 touchdowns the past two seasons combined. In 2020, he made 102 catches for 1,250 yards and six touchdowns in 2020. He will play 2021 on the one-year, $17.98 million franchise tag and is scheduled to become a free agent in 2022. Allen Robinson held out of joint practice with hamstring issue originally appeared on Pro Football Talk
    CHICAGO (CBS) — Madden NFL 22 is out with its first sets of player ratings, and two key Chicago Bears players are ranked in the top 10, with first-round draft pick Justin Fields rated the 10th best rookie, and veteran wide receiver Allen Robinson rated the 10th best wideout. Neither ranking should be surprising, as Fields was widely seen as a steal for the Bears, who traded up to take him at No. 11 overall in the draft. Fields was one of the best players in college football in his two years at Ohio State after transferring from Georgia. READ MORE: Many Who Filed Federal Tax Returns On Time Or Early Still Dont Have Refunds -- Whats The Holdup? Fields led his Buckeyes team to the National Championship Game in 2020, completing 70 percent of his passes for 2,100 yards and 22 touchdowns in just eight games during the shortened season. His shining moment came in the College Football Playoff Semifinal, throwing for 385 yards and six touchdowns while playing through an injury. As a redshirt sophomore in 2019, Fields...
    Getty WR Allen Robinson Allen Robinson’s future with the Chicago Bears remains a not-so-beautiful mystery. Robinson will play out the year on the franchise tag after Chicago failed to sign him to a multi-year extension by the July 15 deadline, and it’s unclear whether or not the team will be able to lock him down when he becomes a free agent next season. Former Bear and current Packers starting safety Adrian Amos weighed in on the situation via Twitter, asking this about A-Rob: “What more does he have to prove?” When a fan replied to Amos, suggesting Robinson could have “had a better deal with Green Bay,” three years ago, Robinson’s agent, Brandon Parker, let the fan know how much their two cents was really worth, calling it a “fake story:” ???? stop with this fake story too.. PLEASE — Brandon Parker (@bparker) July 15, 2021 The running narrative has been this: Robinson chose to play with Mitch Trubisky over Aaron Rodgers — but Parker’s response seems to strongly refute this. So what gives? The latest Bears news straight...
    Getty WR Allen Robinson of the Chicago Bears The Chicago Bears weren’t willing to give Allen Robinson more than $16 million per year, according to Chris Emma of 670 The Score. The 27-year-old wide receiver will be making around $18 million under the franchise tag this year, but after failing to ink him to a long-term contract, the Bears have turned his future with the team into a big ol’ question mark. Another tag is possible next year — but unlikely at this point — and it’s unclear how much the Bears’ inability to commit to him for at least the next few seasons has soured the wideout and his camp when it comes to returning in 2022. In his July 15 column, Emma provided a few previously unknown details about Chicago’s negotiations with Robinson — and if true, the Bears may have dropped the ball, pun intended. The latest Bears news straight to your inbox! Subscribe to the Heavy on Bears newsletter here! Join Heavy on Bears! Emma: Robinson Wanted Keenan Allen-Type Money“Robinson’s camp and the...
    Allen Robinson, Chicago Bears. (Mandatory Credit: Bob Donnan-USA TODAY Sports) Allen Robinson will play one more year with the Chicago Bears before testing free agency. Chicago Bears wide receiver Allen Robinson is one of only a handful of players who will play out the 2021 NFL season on the dreaded franchise tag. Robinson will make $17.88 million on his one-year deal with the Bears. In his seven-year career out of Penn State, Robinson has amassed 457 catches for 5,999 receiving yards and 39 touchdowns. While he has yet to match his brilliant 2015 season with the Jacksonville Jaguars, Robinson has put up back-to-back 1,000-yard receiving seasons while in a Chicago uniform. Since he is not expected to return to the Bears for a fifth season in 2022, let’s take a look at some of the teams who are in the best position to acquire him in free agency next March.Allen Robinson: 3 teams who should pursue him in 2022 NFL free agency 3 Pittsburgh Steelers AFC North The Pittsburgh Steelers will be ushering in a new era under center at quarterbackThings...
    The Chicago Bears went cheap when it came to Allen Robinson contract extension talk. Allen Robinson will play what looks to be his final season with the Chicago Bears on a one-year deal worth $17.88 million. Robinson was one of six players who will play on the franchise tag during the 2021 NFL season. The former second-round pick out of Penn State was a Pro Bowler with the 2015 Jacksonville Jaguars. Despite mediocre quarterback play throughout his football career, college and pro, Robinson has gone over 1,000 yards three times in the NFL, including the last two seasons. While it is understood he is not a top-10 receiver, what he was asking for on a new deal with the Bears shows how cheap the organization really is. They finally got a promising franchise quarterback in Justin Fields, but are not willing to pay market value for their No. 1 receiver. He wanted $20 million annually and the Bears wanted to pay $16 million. How embarrassing. Robinson has every right to ball out in his contract year to go play somewhere else in...
    Credit: USA TODAY Sports-The Tennessean With Allen Robinson now officially set to hit the open market next offseason, these three teams should be first in line to sign the NFL’s most underappreciated wide receiver. It has felt inevitable, but Chicago Bears wide receiver Allen Robinson will indeed play the 2021 season on the franchise tag. He’ll all but surely hit the open market in free agency next offseason. Behind Davante Adams, unless he reaches a deal to stay with the Green Bay Packers, Robinson is lined up to be the second-best available free agent wide receiver next March. Despite a long run of lackluster quarterback play, which really dates back to his college days at Penn State, Robinson has been one of the most productive wide receivers in the NFL. Back-to-back 1,100-plus yard seasons for the Bears, with Mitch Trubisky, and Nick Foles primarily under center, proves the point of how good Robinson is. With another season in line with his resume, Robinson will cash in nicely as a free agent next March. The Bears don’t seem inclined to pay...
    CHICAGO, ILLINOIS – DECEMBER 05: Allen Robinson II #12 of the Chicago Bears warms up before the game against the Dallas Cowboys at Soldier Field on December 05, 2019 in Chicago, Illinois. (Photo by Dylan Buell/Getty Images) The Chicago Bears seem likely to lose wide receiver Allen Robinson next offseason after failing to reach a long-term deal by the deadline. Robinson and Ryan Pace never really came close to agreeing to a contract extension, which doesn’t bring with it much confidence that the pair will reach a different conclusion come the 2022 offseason. Barring anything unforeseen, this will be Robinson’s last season as a Bear. For the player, it offers an opportunity to perhaps play with a good quarterback for the first time in awhile. Having Justin Fields deliver him the ball in space will only increase Robinson’s value, potentially out of the Bears price range anyway. Robinson hauled in 102 catches — a career-high — paired with 1,250 receiving yards in 2020 with Nick Foles and Mitchell Trubisky throwing him the ball. Lord knows what he can do...
    Chicago Bears wide receiver Allen Robinson will have to play on the franchise tag in 2021. Unfortunately for Chicago Bears star wide receiver Allen Robinson, he is one of six NFL players who will have to play on the franchise tag this upcoming season. Related Story 3 Nick Foles trades the Chicago Bears should pick up the phone and offer Read now >>
    Getty Bears WR Allen Robinson The Chicago Bears have done plenty of things right this offseason, including drafting Justin Fields and addressing their offensive line issues. The team has failed in a big way when it comes to its top wide receiver, however. After contract talks with wideout Allen Robinson stalled last fall, they never really picked up again, and general manager Ryan Pace couldn’t manage to secure the services of the best offensive player his team has had over the last three seasons. “Talks have been pretty slow,” NFL insider Jeremy Fowler said about the situation with A-Rob on a July 11 episode of SportsCenter, via Alex Seats of 247 Sports. “They’re going to leave the door open for talks in the final days and hours and sort of hope for the best, but there simply has not been much momentum. I’m told Robinson is ready to try to put up big numbers this year and try to smash free agency in 2022. He’s only 27 years old going on a third contract.” Top NFL insider Ian...
    Hahn, Thede, other nominees react to Emmy announcement This amazing abandoned house has been rescued from ruin © Provided by NBC Sports Replay Video SETTINGS OFF HD HQ SD LO Skip Ad A report last week indicted a long-term extension between Allen Robinson and the Bears appeared unlikely before the July 15 deadline. The sides have had no substantive talks in months. Nothing has changed since. Ian Rapoport of NFL Media reports it appears Robinson will play on his $17.88 million tag for 2021 with a long-term deal not expected. Robinson is one of seven franchise-tagged players who haven’t signed a long-term deal and have until Thursday to get a multi-year contract done. Otherwise, they will play 2021 on the one-year tender. Robinson, 27, has 200 receptions for 2,397 yards and 13 touchdowns the past two seasons combined. Allen Robinson not expected to sign long-term deal before deadline originally appeared on Pro Football Talk
    Storm rips through Jacksonville, tears roof off business in scary video footage Pentagon spokesperson warns of ‘concerning’ Taliban advances © Provided by NBC Sports Replay Video SETTINGS OFF HD HQ SD LO Skip Ad Bears receiver Allen Robinson was mum as recently as last week when asked about contract talks with the team. Maybe it was for good reason. Tom Pelissero of NFL Media reports Robinson and the Bears have had “no substantive talks” in months. “At this point, it seems unlikely a long-term deal will get done,” Pelissero said. Robinson is one of seven franchise-tagged players who haven’t signed a long-term deal and have until July 15 to get a multi-year contract done. Otherwise, they will play 2021 on the one-year tender. Robinson is scheduled to make $17.98 million on the franchise tag and has said he is willing to play this season on it. But he wants to be paid like a top-tier receiver. Cardinals receiver DeAndre Hopkins is the highest-paid at the position with an annual average of $27.25 million. He is one of eight...
    The Chicago Bears and Allen Robinson are unlikely to come to terms on a contract extension before the deadline. Allen Robinson is the best offensive player on the offensively challenged Chicago Bears so why haven’t they signed their best receiver to a contract extension yet? If Robinson wants to cash in, his best bet is having Fields take over for Dalton sooner than later and establishing a rapport that sees him produce at a high level. If that happens, Robinson and the Bears may get an extension done. If it doesn’t happen, the Bears will have one of the worst group of receiver talent in the NFL, again,
    Getty Allen Robinson II #12 of the Chicago Bears signals for a first down after a reception during the first quarter against the Jacksonville Jaguarsat TIAA Bank Field on December 27, 2020 in Jacksonville, Florida. The Chicago Bears have about two weeks left to try signing Allen Robinson to a contract extension instead of letting him play the 2021 season under his franchise tag, but don’t expect the veteran wide receiver to share a peek behind the curtain. In an interview last week on NFL Total Access, Robinson avoided providing any specifics about his contract talks with the Bears and reaffirmed his plans to play under the tag in 2021 if the July 15 deadline to extend franchise-tagged players passes without a new agreement in place. Robinson signed his franchise tag with the Bears on March 18 after initially sounding against the concept of playing his next season under the tag, but the two sides have been allowed to continue talks about a possible long-term deal in the 15 weeks since. While he could face fines if he...
    Dear Ryan Pace: Please, bring back Allen Robinson Maxx Smith July 6, 2021 Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on reddit Reddit At the beginning of the off-season, many wondered if Chicago Bears superstar wide receiver Allen Robinson would be suiting up for the team again in the 2021 season. Ultimately, Allen Robinson signed a franchise tag tender worth $18m, keeping him in Chicago for one more year to many fans’ surprises. So the question was no longer will Robinson stay in 2021, but will a contract be negotiated for the 2022 season? The deadline to negotiate a contract from a franchise tender is July 15th. As of writing, it is July 5th. That means the Chicago Bears only have 10 days to negotiate new terms with the best wide receiver and offensive talent on their roster. Is there any hope? Honestly, not a whole lot. The Bear’s front office has been tranquil when asked about negotiations, and Allen Robinson hasn’t indicated that things are going over smoothly. When asked...
    Knicks: 3 imposing front-court options to replace Nerlens Noel and Taj Gibson Alexander Wilson July 2, 2021 Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on reddit Reddit When the New York Knicks signed Nerlens Noel, they didn’t expect him to be a defensive maestro for them during the 2020 season. Of course, he offered a 6’11′ shot-blocking center, but he underwhelmed in producing points on the scoreboard. One of the Knicks’ most prevalent struggles during the postseason was their lack of aggressiveness and physicality against a stronger frontcourt, courtesy of the Atlanta Hawks. Noel and Taj Gibson simply couldn’t compete against Clint Capela, which will likely force the hand of management to find another competent center with a physically imposing frame to pair with Mitchell Robinson. While there is a chance the Knicks bring back Noel, who set a career-high in blocked shots last season with 2.2 per game, they might find their money spent better elsewhere. The Knicks will have $5 million in additional salary to spend, which is what...
    Knicks: 3 imposing front-courts options to replace Nerlens Noel and Taj Gibson Alexander Wilson July 2, 2021 Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on reddit Reddit When the New York Knicks signed Nerlens Noel, they didn’t expect him to be a defensive maestro for them during the 2020 season. Of course, he offered a 6’11′ shot-blocking center, but he underwhelmed in producing points on the scoreboard. One of the Knicks’ most prevalent struggles during the postseason was their lack of aggressiveness and physicality against a stronger frontcourt, courtesy of the Atlanta Hawks. Noel and Taj Gibson simply couldn’t compete against Clint Capela, which will likely force the hand of management to find another competent center with a physically imposing frame to pair with Mitchell Robinson. While there is a chance the Knicks bring back Noel, who set a career-high in blocked shots last season with 2.2 per game, they might find their money spent better elsewhere. The Knicks will have $5 million in additional salary to spend, which is what...
    German Launch Startup Pitches ‘Taxi’ to Space: Catalyst Update Tips To Save Money on Groceries at These 3 Big Chains © Provided by NBC Sports Replay Video SETTINGS OFF HD HQ SD LO Skip Ad The Bears have until July 15 to complete a long-term deal with Allen Robinson or the star receiver will play 2021 under the $18 million franchise tag. Robinson reiterated Wednesday he is willing to play the season under the franchise tag, but he offered no update on contract talks. “We’ll see,” Robinson told Rhett Lewis on NFL Total Access. “I think the biggest thing like, again, like I said, just about going out there this year, having fun, making plays, trying to help this team get back into the playoffs. I think that’s the main thing. That’s what I’ve set out during the course of this offseason. Every time I get on the field, into my workouts and things like that, it’s how can I get better? How can I help put this team, how can I help put this offense in a...
    Quarterback Justin Fields is already earning the respect from his Chicago Bears’ teammates, including wide receiver Allen Robinson. For the Chicago Bears, there’s a different feeling around the practice grounds of Halas Hall these days. It comes in the form of No.11 overall pick Justin Fields. Aside from the fans, the future of the franchise has everyone excited including Fields’ newest teammate, Allen Robinson. Robinson took to Instagram live and shared his thoughts on what he’s seen from Darnell Mooney and Fields during the team’s offseason workouts. Chicago Bears WR Allen Robinson said on IG Live that "Darnell Mooney is definitely going to ball out this season." Robinson said QB Justin Fields has a "tremendous work ethic. First one in, last one to leave." — Daniel Greenberg (@ChiSportUpdates) June 30, 2021 Coming into his second season in the NFL, Mooney seems poised for a breakout season. Despite the 2020-21 offensive disaster for the Bears, Mooney still managed to haul in 61 receptions with just one drop, totaling 631 yards and four touchdowns. With more consistency at the quarterback position, Mooney...
    Knicks could build tantalizing front-court with one off-season acquisition Alexander Wilson June 30, 2021 Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on reddit Reddit The most efficient method of building a strong team this off-season is simple for the New York Knicks, don’t part ways with significant assets to acquire a player in a trade, but rather utilize available funds to bolster the team while approaching the draft with one impact prospect in mind. Simply put, the Knicks don’t have enough roster spots to field three more rookies as developmental projects, so pairing their selections together and targeting one in a trade-up would be a more beneficial move. With that being said, President Leon Rose has $50+ million to work with this off-season in addition to his draft selections, meaning the Knicks can easily bolster their squad without selling the farm for a player like point guard Damian Lillard. As attractive as he is, if the front office has learned anything from the Carmelo Anthony trade, it is that one star player...
    Knicks News, 6/29: Jarrett Allen connected to Knicks as center option in FA Alexander Wilson June 29, 2021 Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on reddit Reddit The rumor mill is churning in the NBA as the 2020–21 season comes to a winding end. The New York Knicks, however, are already being caught right in the line of fire regarding the vast array of rumors being rained down upon a team with $50+ million in free agency funds available. This is a different off-season compared to recent ones for the Knicks, considering they actually have the pull to land a star player and put together a strong team for next year. Of course, we will hear about the big names — Damian Lillard, Chris Paul, but some might fly under the radar, as former Brooklyn nets and current Cleveland Cavaliers Center Jarrett Allen has done. According to Bobby Marks of ESPN: Cleveland could let Allen shop for an offer sheet but unlike Capela, who entered a tough market with few...
    Justin Fields-Allen Robinson will define Chicago Bears offense in 2021 Usayd Koshul June 26, 2021 Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on reddit Reddit Entering 2021, there are multiple factors that will define the Chicago Bears season but the connection between wide receiver Allen Robinson and rookie quarterback Justin Fields will be a major storyline. As Fields enters his first season in Chicago, Robinson is entering year four, which could also be his last should the Bears not sign him to a contract extension. Fields isn’t just a rookie quarterback for the Bears, he’s a major selling point. With his presence, the Bears could use him as part of a sales pitch to keep Robinson around should the Bears ever decide to reopen contract extension talks with Robinson’s party. When looking at Fields development, Robinson plays a part too, giving the 11th overall pick a stable and consistent weapon during his rookie season. From a production standpoint, Robinson has totaled 255 receptions for 3151 yards, and 17 touchdowns over the last...
    Getty Allen Robinson of the Chicago Bears Allen Robinson and Darnell Mooney are looking ready to shred opposing secondaries this upcoming season. The wide receivers for the Chicago Bears have been working out together in Miami, Florida, and after watching a short clip of the duo in action, it’s going to be difficult for Bears fans to temper their excitement. In a video shared by Bears Film Room on Twitter, A-Rob and Mooney are looking sharp, speedy and ready to break some ankles, displaying some pretty incredible footwork: Allen Robinson and Darnell Mooney working out together down in Miami. pic.twitter.com/vY2omWIowL — BFR (@BearsFilmRoom) June 23, 2021 The latest Bears news straight to your inbox! Subscribe to the Heavy on Bears newsletter here! Join Heavy on Bears! Robinson Has Been Working on Improving a Few Specific Aspects of His Game This OffseasonRobinson, who turns 28 in August, is in the final year of his contract with Chicago, but he says he hasn’t been focused on extensions so much as he has improving his game. A-Rob says he has...
    The Chicago Bears’ wide receiver competition is heating up Maxx Smith June 23, 2021 Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on reddit Reddit The wide receiver position and the Chicago Bears are generally not on good speaking terms. In the last decade, the Bears only had two household names: Brandon Marshall and Alshon Jeffery. The talented duo assisted the Jay Cutler era Bears, with both ranking in the top 10 in total receiving yards in the franchise’s history. After their departure, however, the Bears were left with few options at the position. It would be three seasons until the Bears found an answer to their wide receiver dilemma. In 2019, Ryan Pace brought in former Jacksonville Jaguar Allen Robinson as one of the biggest free-agent signings of the year. Robinson, fresh off of an ACL injury, Robinson was looking to make teams pay. Ryan Pace and the Bears, fresh off of a 3-13 record, looked to give their young quarterback (Mitch Trubisky) some weapons. Pace then brought in speedy slot receiver...
    Did The Chicago Bears Create The NFL’s Newest Dynamic Duo? Maxx Smith June 17, 2021 Share on facebook Share on twitter Share on reddit Share on email It appeared that the Chicago Bears’ offense was destined to fail heading into the 2021 offseason. After abysmal showings in 2019 and 2020, there seemed to be no light at the end of the tunnel. In April, there were questions on who would be Chicago’s QB1 entering 2021. Would Allen Robinson return for the 2021 season? Are the Bears adding depth at the wide receiver and tight end positions? What is going on doing with the offensive line? Fortunately, we got answers to these questions. First, the Chicago Bears found a way to keep Allen Robinson around for the 2021 season by getting the talented wideout to sign his franchise tender, show up to training camp, and play an active role in the organization. Then in the 2021 NFL Draft, the Bears added potential franchise quarterback Justin Fields, stud tackle Teven Jenkins, and a mountain of a...
    LAKE FOREST, Ill. (CBS) — As the Bears get on to practicing, Allen Robinson is focused on the things he can control like being better after the catch, and not his contract situation. Robinson showed up for mandatory minicamp on Wednesday, and said he will not hold out of training camp either – even if he doesn’t get the long-term deal he wants. READ MORE: Rabid Bat Found In Bathroom Of House In Peotone The deadline is July 15 for franchise-tagged players to reach a long-term agreement. READ MORE: Cook County Sheriffs Office Seizes Homemade Cannabis-Infused Edibles And Labels Looking Like Candy, Says Theyre Not Safe “Being able to control what I can, not setting myself back in any kind of way, not forfeiting any money in any kind of way – those are all things that go into the factor of what I want to do, and just trying to focus on the things that I can – which is being a better player, being a better teammate, and helping us go out there and win more games,”...
    20 facts you might not know about Pulp Fiction 10 Job Skills Worth Six-Figure Salaries Chicago Bears star wide receiver Allen Robinson remains on the franchise tag he signed in March and reported to mandatory minicamp this week despite the lack of a contract extension that doesn't appear to be in his near future.  © Kamil Krzaczynski-USA TODAY Sports Per Josh Alper of Pro Football Talk, Robinson told reporters Wednesday he plans to arrive for training camp in late July and is currently focusing on more than just his next payday.  "That’s not in my control," Robinson said of a potential extension. "That is what it is. I’m comfortable with that. Obviously, that’s a possibility. My main focus right now is to continue to get better. . . . I don’t have any updates. That’s out of my control."  Bears head coach Matt Nagy has repeatedly told anyone who will listen veteran quarterback Andy Dalton will start ahead of rookie and first-round draft pick Justin Fields this September. Robinson has never caught passes from either during meaningful games, and...