Brian Robiskie will likely make his return to Cleveland Browns Stadium on November 20 after being released by the team yesterday, but he'll be doing so on the opposite sideline. The Jacksonville Jaguars claimed Robiskie off waivers on Wednesday, placing Mike Sims-Walker on the injured reserve to clear a roster spot for him.
The Jaguars are on a bye this week, so they could have extra time to get Robiskie familiar with their offense. After their bye, the Jaguars play the Colts and then the Browns. There's a good chance that Robiskie will be active on gameday when he comes to Cleveland. Mike Thomas and Jason Hill are locked in as starting receivers for the Jaguars, but with Sims-Walker now done for the year, the other three receivers on the roster have combined for nine catches this season. I know Robiskie has fewer than that, but the scenario seems like it is built for him to play in the slot and perhaps help block on some plays for Maurice Jones-Drew. Whether he plays against the Colts next week should be a good indicator as to whether or not he'll be active against Cleveland.