Allen Robinson II Potential Free Agent Destinations for 2021

Allen Robinson II will be one of the most coveted free agent prizes at the wide receiver position this offseason. Robinson II has played with the Jacksonville Jaguars and the Chicago Bears in his NFL career so far. Allen Robinson II is one of the most underrated players in the entire NFL.

Robinson II has played with some mediocre quarterback play in his NFL career so far. He had to play with Blake Bortles, Nick Foles, and Mitchell Trubisky. Allen Robinson II isn’t interested in staying in Chicago and he wants to win a Super Bowl title. Where could he potentially land in 2021?

Baltimore Ravens

This would make the most sense for Allen Robinson II to sign. Lamar Jackson doesn’t have a true number one threat and this would be the best quarterback that Robinson II would be playing for. They have a legitimate running game with Gus Edwards and J.K. Dobbins.

Baltimore’s defense is one of the best in the NFL. The Ravens need someone else at wide receiver other than Dez Bryant, Marquise Brown, Willie Snead IV, or Miles Boykin. Brown is more of a number two wide receiver and Bryant and Snead IV are more of number three’s and four’s. Mark Andrews is the starting tight end, along with a solid offensive line for John Harbaugh’s bunch.

Greg Roman is the offensive coordinator the Baltimore Ravens. They can make play action deadly, if it is done correctly. Baltimore will look to upgrade at the position and Allen Robinson II fits the bill here.

New York Giants

The New York Giants need to upgrade at the wide receiver position in the worst way for quarterback Daniel Jones. They are rumored to be releasing wide receivers Golden Tate and Sterling Shepard. New York is going to want to completely revamp the position altogether.

Running back Saquon Barkley will be back next season. The only reliable wide receiver on the roster they may want heading into next season is Darius Slayton. Slayton would be the perfect slot wide receiver for Daniel Jones.

If they signed Allen Robinson II, they would be able to put him on the outside and then they could the 11th overall pick on another wide receiver. Those two moves alone would upgrade the position. Tight end Evan Engram is not a reliable option at tight end to catch passes.

Jason Garrett is the offensive coordinator. Allen Robinson II would upgrade the New York Giants receiving crops in a hurry.

New York Jets

The New York Jets have a ton of cap space heading into this offseason. They have a new regime in charge. Quarterback Sam Darnold needs some young weapons on the outside other than Denzel Mims.

Robert Saleh is the new head coach after coming over from the San Francisco 49ers as the defensive coordinator. Mike LaFleur will be the new offensive coordinator. He is well respected across the league. LaFleur was the passing game coordinator for San Francisco last season.

Mike LaFleur is the brother of Green Bay Packers head coach Matt LaFleur. Robinson would be great and he would develop chemistry with Sam Darnold right away.

The New York Jets could also use the number two pick and either select Devonta Smith out of Alabama or Ja’Marr Chase out of LSU. A receiving core of Smith or Chase, Robinson, and Mims would be very solid for New York. They would be able to compete with the Buffalo Bills and the Miami Dolphins in the AFC East.

Robinson II is only 27 years old. He was the heartbeat of the Chicago Bears wide receiving core. The group will become decimated to only Darnell Mooney, Anthony Miller, Cordarrelle Patterson, and Javon Wims.

They will need to use the 19th overall pick on either a wide receiver or quarterback.

Allen Robinson II caught 102 passes for 1,250 yards receiving and six touchdowns. He played in 16 games last season with the Chicago Bears.

Where do you think Allen Robinson II will land next season if he decides to leave the Chicago Bears? Leave a comment below.

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