Cam Robinson is reportedly in trouble with the NFL. ESPN’s Michael DiRocco shared the news Thursday morning.

Robinson was drafted by the Jacksonville Jaguars in the second round of the 2017 NFL Draft out of Alabama. The former Crimson Tide OL played in 14 games for Jacksonville last season, but is now facing a PED-related suspension.

Robinson’s punishment from the NFL will depend on what kind of PED he was using. It’s unclear whether the suspension will be for two, six or eight games.

The offensive lineman was not able to finish out the 2022 regular season after a meniscus injury in Week 14. Robinson did not play in the final three games of the year. However, Jaguars’ GM Trent Baalke was confident that Robinson would be ready for training camp.

Robinson played in Tuscaloosa from 2014-2016 and made an appearance in 43 games for the Crimson Tide. Robinson started every game at the left tackle position while at Alabama. Robinson was also a part of the national championship team in 2015.

Jacksonville won the AFC South last season with a 9-8 record after beating the Tennessee Titans 20-16 in Week 18.

Saturday Down South will keep you updated on the length of Robinson’s suspension and any other news related to it.