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Robinson chosen 93rd best NFL player by peers

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Bears receiver Allen Robinson II has been voted the 93rd best player in the NFL in a poll of league players conducted by NFL Network.

The seventh-year pro was featured Sunday night on an episode of "The Top 100 Players of 2020" which unveiled players ranked Nos. 91-100. The countdown will continue Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday nights.

Robinson returns for his third year with the Bears after spending his first four NFL seasons with the Jacksonville Jaguars. In 2019, he caught a team-leading and career-high 98 passes for 1,147 yards and seven touchdowns, joining Marty Booker and Brandon Marshall as the only receivers in Bears history with at least 95 catches and 1,100 yards in a season.

Robinson had three 100-yard games last year, catching seven passes for 102 yards in the season opener against the Packers at Soldier Field, six passes for 131 yards and one touchdown Nov. 24 versus the Giants and seven passes for 125 yards in a rematch with the Packers Dec. 15 in Green Bay.

With at least one reception in all 16 games, Robinson has now caught a pass in all 72 NFL games he's played with the Jaguars (2014-17) and Bears (2018-19).

Off the field, Robinson was named the Bears' nominee for the NFL Walter Payton Man of the Year Award. He also won the Ed Block Courage Award and the Good Guy Award presented by the Chicago chapter of the Pro Football Writers of America.

Allen Robinson has been named one of the NFL's Top 100 Players by his peers. Take a look at some of our best photos of #12 from the 2019 season.

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