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Will Robinson
T #70
Height:
6-5
Weight:
305
College:
San Diego State
Hometown:
Monterey Park, Calif
Experience:
4
Offensive Line
YearTeamGGS
TOTAL 7 1
2012 NO 6 1
2011 JAC 0 0
2011 NO 0 0
2010 SEA 0 0
2009 WAS 1 0

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NFL CAREER – Robinson is a third-year offensive lineman who rejoins the Saints after spending time with Seattle, Washington, New Orleans and most recently Jacksonville, who he went to training camp with in 2012. He originally entered the NFL as an undrafted rookie with the Seahawks and has played in one regular season game and one postseason contest.

NFL CAREER – Robinson is a third-year offensive lineman who rejoins the Saints after spending time with Seattle, Washington, New Orleans and most recently Jacksonville, who he went to training camp with in 2012. He originally entered the NFL as an undrafted rookie with the Seahawks and has played in one regular season game and one postseason contest.

CAREER TRANSACTIONS – Re-signed by New Orleans, 11/21/12; Waived by Jacksonville Jaguars, 8/31/12; Re-signed by Jacksonville to a two-year contract, 3/9/12; Claimed by the Jacksonville off of waivers from New Orleans, 12/29/11; Waived by New Orleans, 12/28/11; Activated by New Orleans from practice squad to active roster, 11/15/11; Signed to Saints practice squad, 9/5/11; Waived by Seattle Seahawks, 9/3/11; Signed to Seahawks active roster from Washington Redskins practice squad, 11/23/10; Signed to Redskins practice squad, 9/5/10; Waived by Washington, 9/4/10; Signed by Washington to active roster, 12/9/09; Signed by Washington to practice squad, 9/15/09; Waived by Seattle, 9/6/09; Placed by Seattle on injured reserve, 8/27/08 Signed by Seattle Seahawks as an undrafted free agent, 4/27/08.

2011 – After spending preseason with Seattle, Robinson spent the first 10 weeks of the regular season on Saints practice squad before being elevated to the active roster...Did not appear in a game and was waived and then picked up by Jacksonville for the regular season finale for which he was inactive. 2010 – Spent time on Washington practice squad before being signed to Seattle’s active roster...Saw action at RT on 1/16/11 at Chicago in NFC Divisional Playoff Game. 2009 – Was with Seattle during preseason before he was waived on final cuts...Spent the first 13 weeks on Washington’s practice squad before he was signed to active roster on Dec. 9..Made his NFL debut at LT on 12/21 vs. New York Giants.. 2008 – Spent preseason with Seattle before injuring his ankle and was placed on injured reserve.

COLLEGE – Four-year letterman at San Diego State...Started final two games at LT...Also saw time at RG during his career...Played in 12 games as a sophomore and made eight starts at RT...Played three spots (LT, LG, RT) on the offensive line as a redshirt freshman, starting in six games...Majored in political science.

PERSONAL – Single...Born in Monterey Park, Calif...Attended Bishop Amat (Pomona, Calif) High School...Was a honorable-mention all-region pick by PrepStar...Also lettered in basketball and track...Father, Willie, is a retired deputy sheriff in Los Angeles County and is on the SWAT team...Mother, Carolyn, is a retired deputy sheriff who played basketball at Cal State Fullerton...Full name: William Robinson.

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