Bears' Allen Robinson Says He's Not Concerned About Contract Extension Rumors
Chicago Bears wide receiver Allen Robinson said Wednesday he's not concerned with the state of extension talks as he heads into the final season of his three-year, $42 million contract.
Robinson, who'd become an unrestricted free agent next offseason if no deal is reached, discussed the situation on a conference call.
"If something gets done, something gets done," he told reporters. "But at the end of the day that's left up to the Bears and my agent. But for me personally, to be quite honest, I don't really concern myself with that too much. I'm just looking forward to this 2020 season. I'm definitely excited for it. I'm definitely ready to get going. Whatever happens, happens."
Robinson is coming off a terrific 2019 season. He recorded 98 catches for 1,147 yards and seven touchdowns despite Chicago's lackluster quarterback play from Mitchell Trubisky and Chase Daniel.
It was also an important bounce-back season from a health perspective. He made just one appearance in 2017 before suffering a torn ACL and missed three games in 2018 with groin and rib injuries. He played all 16 games in 2019.
In January, Robinson confirmed his desire to remain with the Bears.
"I want to be in Chicago if they'll have me," he said. "The biggest thing is, I can't make that happen by myself. I just gotta control what I can control. I know that everything will probably play out fine."
Typically, the 26-year-old Penn State product would ...
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