JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — *The above video was originally published April 22
UPDATE: The Jaguars released a statement Monday saying it has extended Robinson.
The Jaguars have solidified another spot on their offensive line for years to come.
According to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport, Cam Robinson has signed a three-year $54 million extension.
Jacksonville franchise tagged Robinson for the second consecutive year, he was scheduled to make $16.662 million on the tag.
On Friday, general manager, Trent Baalke, said the two sides were working on an extension.
"We're continuing to work and have had some great discussion with Cam and his agent so I think that's moving in the right direction," Baalke said.
Baalke also added a potential Robinson deal wouldn't necessarily shift the Jaguars focus from taking a tackle at No. 1 on Thursday.
"Some people say we've got Cam tagged so we're not looking at the tackle position, I wouldn't go down that road right now everybody's is fair game as far as this draft is concerned and every position," Baalke said.
Robinson's deal is the 11th richest left tackle contract in the NFL according to Spotrac.