According to recent reports, the Los Angeles Rams have granted wide receiver Allen Robinson II permission to seek a trade during the upcoming offseason. Robinson, who signed a three-year deal with the Rams in 2022, had a somewhat underwhelming first season with the team, finishing with 33 receptions, 339 yards, and three touchdowns in just 10 games. Despite this, Robinson is still widely regarded as one of the best wide receivers in the league and would be a valuable addition to any team.
However, Robinson’s fully guaranteed $15 million salary for the upcoming season could potentially limit the level of interest from teams around the league. In order to facilitate a trade, the Rams have reportedly expressed a willingness to pay a portion of Robinson’s guaranteed money, which could make him a more attractive option for other teams.
Robinson’s talent is undeniable, and he has been a consistent performer throughout his career. Despite playing on some mediocre teams, Robinson has consistently produced and shown that he can be a top receiver in the NFL.
It remains to be seen which teams will be interested in Robinson, given his high salary and somewhat disappointing 2022 season. However, there are sure to be several teams in need of a talented wide receiver who will be willing to take a chance on him. If the Rams are willing to pay a portion of his guaranteed salary, it could make a trade much more likely and give Robinson a chance to shine in a new environment.