Chicago Bears: 5 Free agent offensive linemen to target this offseason

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Chicago Bears, Cam Robinson
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Jacksonville Jaguars, Cam Robinson (25)

Cam Robinson is a former second-round draft pick in 2017 that hasn’t panned out in Jacksonville. Durability and price are two things to look at here because Robinson has started 27 games spanning over the last two seasons and holds a market price of $1,754,541 — via Spotrac.

Robinson stands at 6-foot-6, 320 pounds. He comes from the University of Alabama where he played over a total of 861 snaps. This isn’t the splash signing most fans probably expect, but Robinson is a guy with starting experience and he comes at a cheap price. He’s the youngest player on this list and still has room to grow if he finds the right system.

NFL fans have seen a case like this on plenty of occasions. Take Tennessee Titans quarterback Ryan Tannehill for example, yes he plays a completely different position, but hear us out. Players often get stuck in the wrong system and Tannehill was one of those guys when he was a member of the Miami Dolphins.

Wherever Robinson ends up signing in free agency, you have to assume it’s an improvement given Jacksonville’s historically bad performances on the offensive line. He can slot right in behind Leno or Massie and flourish in Chicago.