Jags WR Allen Robinson shows off tattoo of clutch catch from college

Jacksonville Jaguars wide receiver Allen Robinson has turned into one of the best receivers in the NFL and he certainly has a bright future ahead of him. Many people saw Robinson’s pro potential while he was still in college and Robinson is now paying homage to a big-time play he made during his career at Penn State.

During a game against the Michigan Wolverines, the Nittany Lions were trailing late in the game. Quarterback Christian Hackenberg heaved a bomb down the field to Robinson, who made the leaping grab over cornerback Channing Stribling, which was one big reason why the Jaguars used an early second-round pick on the receiver in 2014.

On Tuesday, Robinson showed off a tattoo he got of himself making the play over Stribling. The cornerback didn’t seem to take too lightly to the tattoo as he took to Twitter to call out Robinson.

Robinson, who made the Pro Bowl this year and led the Jaguars with 1,400 yards and led the NFL with 14 touchdowns, took a shot at Stribling saying it wouldn’t have happened had he made the play on the ball.

He then rubbed in the fact that he made the Pro Bowl in Stribling’s face.

Stribling will be a senior at Michigan in 2016, so I would expect him to show off as much as he can to get a chance in the NFL. I am sure he is dying to match up with Robinson again.

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