James Robinson is the early punk in Jacksonville


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Of the 16 rogues who made the initial 53-man roster in Jacksonville, none of the rogues are rogues.

James Robinson, a free agent at the state of Illinois, performed well enough to not only get the Jaguars to dump Leonard Fournette, but also to establish Robinson as the top option on the depth chart.

The Jaguars’ initial configuration of players featured Robinson as No. 1, Divine Ojigbo as No. 2, and Chris Thompson.

Elsewhere on the offensive depth chart, Chris Conley and DJ Chark are listed as starting receivers. Rookie second-round player Laviska Shenault, Jr. supports Conley. Dead Westbrook is surprisingly a third-string option.

Defensively, rookie first-rounder Chris Henderson is listed as one of the starting corners. Rookie first-round player Kevon Chisson is not in the starting lineup at defensive end.

Of the crooks on the roster, only Robinson, Henderson and long snapper Ross Maticic are listed as starters.