College: Penn State | 7 years
Height: 6'2" | Weight: 220 lbs
Birth Date: 8/24/1993
Depth Chart: WR1.1
2020 Bye Week: 11
Total Pts: 0
Avg Pts: 0.00
Rank: 345 WR
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Chicago Bears wide receiver Allen Robinson said he expects to finish out the year with the team, but he didn't clarify whether he or his agent formally requested a trade after being disappointed with the team's long-term contract offers. ESPN's Dan Graziano and The Chicago Tribune both reported that Robinson, who is in the final year of his contract, has requested a trade. His agent, Brandon Parker, has denied the trade request. A-Rob had five catches for 74 yards on nine targets in the Week 1 win over the Lions and led the Bears with 98 receptions for 1,147 yards and seven touchdowns in 2019. The 27-year-old will be facing a Giants secondary that allowed three TDs to Steelers receivers in Week 1, so Robinson will be a strong WR1 this weekend.
Chicago Bears WR Allen Robinson is unhappy the team hasn't been willing to pay him market value for receivers but hasn't requested a trade, according to his agent Tuesday, Sept. 15.
Fantasy Spin: Robinson caught five of nine targets for 74 yards in the Week 1 win over the Detroit Lions and is unquestionably the Bears' No. 1 receiver. It would be tough for him to get a similar workload elsewhere and his fantasy value is likely to be highest in Chicago, even with questionable quarterback play.
Chicago Bears wide receiver Allen Robinson feels disrespected by the team's contract offers and doesn't think they have reflected fair market value. As a result, the receiver has removed his social media of all references to the Bears. As of now, Robinson and his agent haven't requested a trade. The 27-year-old signed a three-year deal with Chicago in 2018 and broke 1,100 receiving yards last season and was the best wideout on corner routes in the NFL, according to Next Gen Stats. His current deal leaves him 15th among receivers in annual average salary ($14 million), but 2020 is the final year of his deal. Contract issues aside, A-Rob should continue to be a target hog in the team's passing attack and will be a strong WR1 against the Giants in Week 2.
Chicago Bears WR Allen Robinson posted five receptions for 74 yards on a team-high nine targets in Week 1 against the Detroit Lions.
Fantasy Spin: Robinson's reception total and targets were the highest on the team, and he is the top fantasy receiver on the Bears roster even though Anthony Miller opened with more points in this one. The Bears host the New York Giants in Week 2.
Chicago Bears wide receiver Allen Robinson caught five passes for 74 yards in the Bears thrilling 27-23 win over the Lions in Week 1. The Bears offense struggled mightily in the first half but Robinson seemed to be the only source of vertical offense at the time. The team rebounded to score 21 fourth quarter points to secure the win as Robinson led the team with nine targets. Robinson should return to WR1 status next week against the Giants.
Chicago Bears wide receiver Allen Robinson II has an attainable chance at posting WR1 numbers Week 1 against the Lions. Robinson posted top-10 wide receiver production last season, catching a career-high 98 passes for 1,147 yards and seven touchdowns. He enters the season as, by far, the most accomplished offensive weapon on a Bears team that struggled last season to score points. The veteran receiver will have an appealing matchup Week 1 against a Lions team that allowed the third most receptions (211) to receivers in 2019 and allowed the second most yards (2,828). In two games against Detroit last season, Robinson posted 14 receptions for 172 yards and one touchdown. Robinson should be deployed in lineups with confidence.
Chicago Bears wide receiver Allen Robinson (ankle) is back on the practice field and appears to be ready to roll against the Lions in Week 1. Robinson enjoyed a fantastic season in 2019, posting six receptions or more in 11 games and racked up 70+ receiving yards nine times. The Bears offense is looking to bounce back from an abysmal season and Robinson was the lone bright spot. Robinson is being drafted as a WR1 but a case could be made the team, as a whole, would be best served if more balance exists in the target-share. Only time will tell but Robinson is a solid bet for another 1,000+ yard season and could eclipse the seven touchdowns he caught in 2019 this season.
Chicago Bears wide receiver Allen Robinson II missed another practice Wednesday as he continues to nurse an ankle injury. The Bears most lethal offensive weapon has scarcely seen the field through most of the full-padded practices but head coach Matt Nagy seems unconcerned. "Were taking it really slow with him, Nagy said. Hes in a good place and we just dont want theres no need to rush right now. We know what A-Rob can do and we think hes a pretty good player and we want to make sure that hes there for Week 1. As long as Robinson II continues to trend positively leading up to Week 1, fantasy owners should be drafting him with confidence in upcoming drafts.
Chicago Bears WR Allen Robinson (ankle) did not participate in practice Sunday, Aug. 23, but head coach Matt Nagy said he is not concerned about the injury.
Fantasy Spin: Robinson probably will be eased back into practice and should be fine for the regular season. He will be the top option in the passing game for the Bears and will be a weekly starting option in all fantasy leagues.
Chicago Bears WR Allen Robinson (ankle) did not participate in practice Saturday, Aug. 22, because of an ankle injury.
Fantasy Spin: Robinson probably will miss a few practices, but it does not appear to be a serious injury. He will be the main option in the passing game again this season and should be a No. 1 receiver in most fantasy leagues.
Chicago Bears WR Allen Robinson finished third among wide receivers with a 92.7 Pro Football Focus grade on contested catches in 2019.
Fantasy Spin: Robinson can win the jump balls and became more of a PPR league force last season with a career-high 98 receptions, but he averaged only 11.7 yards per catch. He should be a low-end WR1 once again.
Chicago Bears wide receiver Allen Robinson II is a "lock" to accumulate over 1,000 receiving yards this season, according to Pro Football Focus. With the veteran's projected volume of targets in addition to having some potential stability at the quarterback position, the 26-year-old could be in store for his best season to date. Robinson ended the 2019 campaign by catching 98 passes for 1,147 yards and seven touchdowns. His 154 targets put him behind only Michael Thomas and Julio Jones to finish third in the league, and he was also one of the most prolific wideouts inside the 20-yard line. He is expected to be swiped off the draft boards somewhere in the second round of fantasy drafts for 2020, so fantasy managers should plan accordingly, especially those participating in PPR formats.
Chicago Bears wide receiver Allen Robinson II said that he and his agent haven't heard from the team about a possible long-term contract extension. Robinson is currently in the final year of his $42 million contract with Chicago and will earn $10.9 million during the 2020 season. Extension talks aside, the 26-year-old has cemented his place as the team's top wideout by hauling in 98 catches for 1,147 yards and seven touchdowns on 154 targets last year, and that was with quarterback Mitchell Trubisky stinking up the joint. A-Rob should be put in the WR1 conversation, and his fantasy stock will be trending up even more if Nick Foles wins the starting job under center in training camp.
Chicago Bears WR Allen Robinson said he has not been contacted by the Bears this offseason about a possible contract extension.
Fantasy Spin: Robinson is coming off one of the best seasons of his career and will be the No. 1 option in the passing game for the Bears in 2020. He can be at least a No. 3 receiver in fantasy leagues.
Chicago Bears wide receiver Allen Robinson continues to show his leadership skills during this unprecedented offseason. Robinson has been very vocal during the team's zoom meetings, according to Bears receivers coach Mike Furrey, and has been getting on players to stay focused. Furrey told reporters that Robinson is, one of the most professional players that Ive ever been around in my playing and coaching career. The veteran receiver also has been an advocate for social justice and continues to set a strong example for a group of Bears receivers that features plenty of youth. Robinson caught 98 passes last season for 1,147 yards and seven touchdowns for a Bears offense that was anemic. The seventh-year receiver will be a top-10 selection among wide receivers in upcoming fantasy drafts.
Chicago Bears WR Allen Robinson has drawn a league-high 14 pass-interference penalties in coverage since 2018, according to Pro Football Focus data.
Fantasy Spin: Despite all the PI yardage that didn't count for fantasy -- and the Bears' shaky QB play -- Robinson still finished as fantasy's 12th-best wide receiver in 2019. He a rock-solid high-end WR2 for 2020.
Chicago Bears WR Allen Robinson finished with a 2019 team target share of 27.1 percent -- second among all pass-catchers with at least 100 targets.
Fantasy Spin: Robinson finished with career highs of 154 targets and 98 receptions, but his 1,147 receiving yards were well off his career mark of 1,400 of 2015 -- a prime reason why he barely finished as a WR1 (12th overall) in standard-scoring formats. That might be his 2020 ceiling if the Bears don't come up with a better downfield passing game.
Chicago Bears wide receiver Allen Robinson is a candidate for a contract extension, but he's not really worried about that amid the coronavirus pandemic. Robinson is still due $15 million against the salary cap in 2021 as well. And because of COVID-19, things could look different for the salary cap, which could mean less available money under the cap and Robinson getting a smaller amount on an extension. On the football side of things, Robinson said quarterback Mitchell Trubisky has been throwing to him four times a week. The best scenario for A-Rob's fantasy value is for Nick Foles to win the starting gig under center, which is expected. In an offense without a lot of other playmakers, Robinson should see all the targets he can handle, making him a low-end WR1.
Chicago Bears WR Allen Robinson probably will be looking for around $20 million per season in his next contract, in the opinion of The Chicago Tribune's Brad Biggs.
Fantasy Spin: Robinson had a bounce back season in 2019 and finished with 1,147 yards and seven touchdowns. He will continue to be the main option in the passing game for the Bears and should be a weekly starting option in fantasy leagues.