Jaguars wide receiver Allen Robinson is still rehabbing from his knee injury, but he looks like a game-time decision to play in Sunday’s game against the Dolphins.

Robinson has yet to practice this offseason.

He’s not expected to be ready until Week 1.

He missed the last four games of the season after undergoing surgery to repair a torn meniscus in his left knee.

Robinson played in Week 7 against the New Orleans Saints after a sprained left knee suffered in Week 3.

He had seven catches for 82 yards.

Robinson was a third-round pick in 2017 and had three touchdowns in 2016.

Jaguars wide receivers coach Kevin Kolb said the team would need to get him “to the point where he’s comfortable” in practice and he will have to prove he can still catch the football, but Robinson said he is on the mend.

“I’m feeling good,” Robinson said after practice.

“That’s my mindset right now.”

The Jaguars’ season opener is against the Buffalo Bills at Nissan Stadium.

Robinson had three catches for 50 yards in the team’s first exhibition game in Week 1 against the Tennessee Titans.

The Jaguars have not played since then because of a season-ending knee injury to running back Leonard Fournette.

Robinson is eligible to return to the lineup Sunday, but the team said it would not announce his availability until after practice Monday.

Robinson, who has a league-leading 13,857 yards from scrimmage, is second on the Jaguars with 15 receptions for 211 yards.

He has scored six touchdowns in the last two games.

The Dolphins are 1-2, with quarterback Ryan Tannehill throwing for 317 yards with two touchdowns and one interception.

He is completing 63.7 percent of his passes for 4,918 yards and eight touchdowns.