- The New Orleans Saints drafted Patrick Robinson with the 32nd pick in the first round of the 2010 draft. Robinson played five seasons with the Saints and had 117 tackles, 25 pass deflections and seven interceptions during his time in New Orleans.
- Robinson has been in the NFL for eight years and has played with four teams including the Chargers, Colts and the Super Bowl LII champions, the Philadelphia Eagles.
- The cornerback tied a career-high four interceptions and led the team with 18 passes defensed in the regular-season for the Eagles.
- According to Pro Football Focus, Robinson allowed just 54.5 percent of passes thrown his way to be caught when guarding the slot, the second-best mark in the league, narrowly trailing Denver's Chris Harris (54.0 percent).
- Robinson played in all 16 regular-season games for the Eagles and had a game-changing pick-six in the NFC championship game against the Minnesota Vikings.
Welcome back the newest addition to the Saints roster, veteran cornerback Patrick Robinson