CHICAGO – The Bears placed the franchise tag on veteran recipient Allen Robinson, the team announced on Tuesday

The Bears and Robinson agent failed to reach an agreement on a long-term deal last season, forcing Chicago to put the label on or risking Robinson – the club’s top recipient for the past three years – in the losing free agency

Brandon Parker, Robinson’s agent, told Schefter in September that Robinson was unhappy that the bears refused to offer him prime money for a broad receiver, but neither Robinson nor Parker had requested a trade prior to last year’s NFL deal Deadline

Allen Robinson is one of four players with at least 200 receptions in the last two seasons, and he hasn’t played anywhere near the quality of quarterbacks like the other three players on the list

“We’ve expanded our players in the past,” said Ryan Pace, general manager of Bears, last week. “We usually find a way to make this work. The evidence is kind of in the pudding with it. And each of them is different. Each of them them is personal and therefore I am sensitive and I hope you understand how to speak about it in the media

“But it’s a process, it takes both sides to work this through, and each of them is unique. I like to base my story on our story I think [Director of Football Administration] Joey Laine does an excellent job of working this through and relationships to build these agents Allen has a really good agent that we’ve worked with in the past and that’s a process we kind of do it through “

Robinson, 27, hit a career high of 102 passes for 1 in 2020250 yards, despite the Bears’ offensive fighting for its groove, until Chicago snuck into the playoffs around 8am after a winning streak in the late three games 8

In 2019, Robinson also led the Bears with 98 receptions for 1147 yards and seven touchdowns to Robinson spent four years in Jacksonville (2014-2017), where he received an invitation to the Pro Bowl after passing 80 passes for 1Had caught 400 yards and 14 touchdowns

Robinson suffered an end-of-season knee injury in Week 1 of 2017, his senior year in Jacksonville, and was not entirely healthy for the Bears in 2018, even though he posted 55 receptions for 754 yards and four touchdowns in 13 games

“I know Allen wants to be a Chicago Bear [long term] and we want him to be a Chicago Bear, and it’s a sensitive process we’re in right now,” said Pace. “And we have to work through “

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