Jacksonville Jaguars wide receiver Allen Robinson is one of the top players scheduled to hit free agency in a month. He played in one game this past season, which was Jacksonville's season opener against the Houston Texans, and had just one catch for 17 yards before tearing his ACL.

Robinson is not worried about the injury hurting his value in the open market.

"Every team across the league knows what I've done in this league and what I'm capable of so that's not really an issue," Robinson said Wednesday during a conversation on SiriusXM NFL Radio.

Of course, the Jaguars could still use the franchise tag on Robinson between February 20 and March 6. Many expect that to be the likely scenario. The franchise tag would keep the receiver in Jacksonville for one more season at the cost of about $16 million. If they don't, a number of NFL teams are expected to court Robinson when free agency begins on March 14. One of those teams could be the San Francisco 49ers.

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NFL insider Ian Rapoport was on NFL Network and shared that Robinson's recovery is going well.

"He is going to be cleared somewhat soon," Rapoport said. "And as he mentions, it's not like he hurt it late in the season. This was incredibly early. Should be fine for the 2018 season ... Just 24 years old, if a team is comfortable with the knee, he'll have a lot of suitors. Among the teams that will, at the very least, need receivers: The Bears, the Redskins, the 49ers."

Rapoport also says to keep an eye on the Oakland Raiders as a potential landing spot for Robinson. While this is all speculation at this point, it is interesting to hear the 49ers named as a potential destination for a top free agent.

Even after signing quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo to a five-year, $137.5 million contract, the 49ers will be among the teams with the most salary cap space when free agency begins. A top-tier quarterback, head coach Kyle Shanahan, who is considered to be one of the best offensive minds in football, and a lot of money to spend could make San Francisco an attractive landing spot for impending free agents.

Robinson's last full season was in 2016 when he caught 73 passes for 883 yards and six touchdowns. His best season came in 2015 when he had 80 catches for 1,400 yards and 14 touchdowns. During his first three NFL seasons, Robinson caught 201 passes for 2,831 yards and 22 touchdowns.

Robinson was a second-round draft pick by the Jaguars in 2014. He was a Pro Bowl selection in 2015.