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Jaguars fear torn ACL for Allen Robinson

When a player suffers a knee injury, the team often fears that the injury involves a torn ACL. It’s a fairly obvious fear, whenever a knee is injured. That said, the Jaguars fear that receiver Allen Robinson, who injured a knee on Sunday, has suffered a torn ACL. It would be a devastating injury for [more]
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