Jacksonville Jaguars star left tackle Cam Robinson has been suspended by the NFL for violating the league’s performance-enhancing drug policy, as per Dov Kleiman.
According to ESPN, the league is still awaiting the results of Robinson’s B sample before determining his punishment.
This would be the first offense for Robinson. His punishment would be either two, six or eight games, depending on which substance he was found to be using.
The former second-round pick has played his entire career in Jacksonville and has started every game he has played, including 14 games last year.
Robinson missed the Jaguars’ final three regular-season games and both playoff games with a knee injury.
The Jaguars already lost 2022 starting right tackle Jawaan Taylor in free agency when he signed with the Chiefs.
This development could drastically change the Jaguars draft plans as they head into tonight with the 24th overall pick.
Cam Robinson and Trevor Lawrence of the Jacksonville Jaguars. Photo courtsey of Dustin Satloff/Getty Images