The Jaguars used Denard Robinson, who played quarterback at the University of Michigan, on three Wildcat plays in practice Monday. According to Vito Stellino of the Florida Times-Union, the Jaguars had offensive weapon Denard Robinson running Wildcat plays in practice Monday. Don’t be surprised if the Wildcat is part of the Jaguars’ offense this season. Robinson struggled with the Wildcat in OTAs, but Bradley thinks he has the potential to run it. Coach Gus Bradley doesn’t mind the word getting out that the Jaguars have the Wildcat in their arsenal because it makes opposing teams to spend time preparing to defend it. Robinson struggled with the package in OTAs, but Bradley thinks he has a shot to succeed. But putting the former Michigan quarterback on the field with running back Maurice Jones-Drew would give the Jags options with the ball, something they’ll need as they struggle to overcome a bad crop of quarterbacks.