Allen Robinson Gets His Famous Catch Tattooed
Last year, we collected pictures of the best Penn State-themed tattoos. We’re glad we didn’t wait to do that this year, because Allen Robinson just blew them all away.
Early Tuesday night, Robinson hinted at a tattoo design he had in mind, posting a drawing of his clutch catch at the end of regulation in the now-legendary quadruple-overtime White Out game against Michigan.
— Allen Robinson II (@Thee_AR15) February 16, 2016
Just over two hours later, he tweeted his newest tattoo (pending shading).
— Allen Robinson II (@Thee_AR15) February 17, 2016
A-Rob’s catch was one of many great moments in a very young career. It was No. 1 on SportsCenter’s Top 10 plays, and the former three-star recruit has had a meteoric rise to being the NFL’s co-leader in touchdown catches and receiving high praise from a Hall of Famer.
The Jaguars’ receiver is entering his third professional season, and if it’s anything like the first two, he’s on his way to a long and prosperous career. Still, it’ll be hard to experience a moment more legendary than his catch against Michigan — and if he does, well, maybe the other side of his torso is clear.
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