Entering the final year of his rookie deal, Allen Robinson is looking to get back to Pro Bowl level by working out with one of the absolute best wide receivers: future Hall of Famer Randy Moss.
The Penn State alum, joined by Washington wide receivers Terrelle Pryor and Jamison Crowder, have been working out with Moss. The six-time Pro Bowler is putting Robinson and company through the paces, honing agility and sharing tips on how to get off the line better against defensive backs.
Robinson posted video this his Twitter account on Friday of a recent Moss training session.
"There might be about 30 percent of guys in the National Football League working out today," Moss says in the video, emphasizing the importance of doing cone drills and having an accomplished wide receiver such as Moss yell, "Quicker!" at you repeatedly in the summer heat.
Of course, Robinson's "down" 2016 performance for the Jacksonville Jaguars -- 73 catches for 883 yards and six TDs -- looks poor compared to his 2015 campaign, when he popped eyes in the NFL by snagging 14 TDs and 1,400 yards.
You can catch the full video of Robinson's 2017 preparation below, including an Adidas photo shoot in Los Angeles, weight lifting and more training (NSFW language):