Bears receiver Allen Robinson is entering the final year of his deal. He’s made it clear that he wants to stay in Chicago and would like to get extended, but it takes two to tango for that to happen.
Nothing got done before the season and now Robinson has made some changes on social media which fans have caught.
Robinson deleted all Bears related posts from his Instagram and removed “Chicago Bears” from his Twitter bio. He also changed hisTwitter header photo.
The Bears are coming off a big comeback victory over Detroit. Robinson chipped in with 5 receptions and 74 yards.
Bears GM Ryan Pace told reporters before the season that there’s no set deadline to get a deal done with Robinson.
“We know how important A-Rob is to us, not just as a player but as a teammate,” Pace said. “There’s some curveballs [cap for 2021 during a pandemic], but we’re confident we’ll work through it. That’s not going to permit us from doing the things that we want to do.”
Robinson reacted by posting three emojis with their mouths zipped shut.
— Allen Robinson II (@AllenRobinson) September 7, 2020
His teammate Cordarrelle Patterson replied to one of Robinson’s cryptic tweets on Monday with a clear message to the team.
Tarik Cohen also took to Twitter to send out a message:
Robinson signed a three-year, $42 million deal with the Bears in 2018. He has 153 catches for 1,901 yards and 11 touchdowns over two seasons with the team and has emerged as one of the most underrated receivers in the league.
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