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NFL CAREER – Possessing an impressive combination of speed and outstanding ball skills, this 2010 first round draft pick made his return to New Orleans in 2018 fresh off a Super Bowl LII victory with Philadelphia. In 2019, he saw action in 11 games posting 15 tackles (13 solo), two passes defensed and one special teams stop. In ten seasons with the Saints, Chargers, Colts and Eagles he has appeared in 111 career games with 58 starts totaling 335 tackles (274 solo), 14 interceptions, one returned for a touchdown, 84 passes defensed, two sacks, three forced fumbles and three blocked kicks.
NFL CAREER – Possessing an impressive combination of speed and outstanding ball skills, this 2010 first round draft pick made his return to New Orleans in 2018 fresh off a Super Bowl LII victory with Philadelphia. In 2019, he saw action in 11 games posting 15 tackles (13 solo), two passes defensed and one special teams stop. In ten seasons with the Saints, Chargers, Colts and Eagles he has appeared in 111 career games with 58 starts totaling 335 tackles (274 solo), 14 interceptions, one returned for a touchdown, 84 passes defensed, two sacks, three forced fumbles and three blocked kicks. He looks to continue to provide leadership and depth to the Saints secondary in 2020.
CAREER TRANSACTIONS – Placed by the Saints on Injured Reserve, 9/26/18; Signed a four-year contract with the New Orleans Saints (UFA-PHI), 3/19/18; Signed a one-year contract with the Eagles, 3/28/17; Released by the Colts, 3/10/17; Signed a three-year contract with the Colts (UFA-SD), 3/23/16; Signed a one-year contract with the Chargers (UFA-NO), 3/19/15; Placed on Injured Reserve by the Saints, 9/18/13; Signed by the Saints to a five-year contract, 7/30/10; Selected by the Saints in the first round (32nd overall) of the 2010 NFL Draft.
HONORS – 2014: Ed Block Courage Award (Saints recipient).
2019 – Appeared in 11 regular season games and the NFC Wild Card Playoff game vs. Minnesota, 1/5/20…Vs. Tampa Bay, Oct. 6, played on defense and special teams, recording one special teams stop…At Tampa Bay, Nov. 17, Played on defense and special teams and recorded three solo tackles…Vs. Carolina, Nov. 24, played on defense and special teams, finishing with two solo tackles…Inactive for next three games…At Tennessee, Dec. 22, played on defense and on special teams, finishing with season-high six solo tackles and a pass defensed…At Carolina, Dec. 29, played recorded four tackles (two solo) and a pass defensed...In playoff game, played on defense and special teams, finishing with one solo tackle. 2018 – Appeared in three games with one start before a season-ending ankle injury cut season short…Started in a five-defensive back set and finished with two assisted tackles in opener vs. Tampa Bay, Sept 9…Played on defense and recorded four tackles (three solo) vs. Cleveland, Sept 16…Played in 100th career game, Sept 23 at Atlanta. Left in second quarter with season-ending ankle injury. 2017 – Played in all 16 regular season games for Super Bowl LII Champion Eagles with eight starts, posting 54 tackles (46 solo), a sack, tied career-high with four interceptions and career-high 22 passes defensed…Led the Eagles in picks and tied for team lead in passes defensed…Vs. N.Y. Giants, Sept. 24, picked off his first pass as Eagle when he snagged a deflected Eli Manning pass. Logged season-high six stops and three passes defensed…Recorded four solo tackles, and four passes defensed vs. Arizona, Oct. 8…Intercepted Cam, Newton at Carolina, Oct. 12…Vs. Denver, Nov. 5, snagged a Brock Osweiler throw…Intercepted Derek Carr vs. Oakland, Dec. 25, marking his fourth pick of the season, tying his previous career-high set in New Orleans in 2011…Appeared in all three postseason games recording seven tackles (four solo), an interception returned for a 50-yard touchdown vs. Minnesota in NFC Championship and two passes defensed…Changed the momentum when he intercepted Case Keenum and returned the pick 50 yards for a score to tie game at 7-7. 2016 – Played in seven games with six starts for Colts recording 26 tackles (20 solo), five passes defensed and one forced fumble. 2015 – Appeared in all 16 games with ten starts for Chargers posting 49 tackles (43 solo), an interception, eight passes defensed and a forced fumble…In the season opener vs. Detroit, Sept. 13, posted three tackles (two solo), one interception and one forced fumble…Vs. Denver, Dec. 6, recorded eight tackles (seven solo) and one pass defensed. 2014 – Played in 14 games with six starts and recorded 40 tackles (31 solo), two interceptions, 12 passes defensed and four special teams stops. Tied for the team lead in interceptions and ranked second in passes defensed. Voted by his Saints teammates as the club recipient of the Ed Block Courage Award after returning to play in 2014 after suffering two separate patellar tendon injuries in 2013 that each required surgery and extensive rehabilitation periods…Posted a career-high three special teams tackles vs. Minnesota, Sept. 21…Sandwiched between missing two contests with a hamstring injury, posted three tackles (one solo), picked off Mike Glennon and added one pass defensed vs. Tampa Bay, Oct. 5…Made one solo tackle and two passes defensed at Carolina, Oct. 30, as Panthers managed only 122 net yards passing…Recorded four tackles (three solo) and career-high five passes defensed at Pittsburgh, Nov. 30…Made one interception of Jay Cutler and a pass defensed at Chicago, Dec. 15. 2013 – Played in the first two games, recording two solo tackles in the opener vs. Atlanta, Sept. 8, before suffering season-ending knee injury at Tampa Bay, Sept. 15. 2012 – Started all 16 games for the first time and had career-high 64 tackles, a sack, three interceptions, one returned for a touchdown, 17 passes defensed and a forced fumble…Dropped Robert Griffin III for a nine-yard loss in opener vs. Washington, Sept. 9…Picked off Aaron Rodgers in third quarter at Green Bay, Sept. 30…Tied career-high with nine tackles (seven solo) vs. Chargers, Oct. 7…Had two solo tackles, one pass defensed and one forced fumble at Denver, Oct. 28…Gave Saints a first quarter 7-0 lead they wouldn't relinquish vs. Philadelphia, Nov. 5, when Robinson picked off Michael Vick and returned it 99 yards for a TD. Robinson's 99-yard return's tied for longest in team history…Intercepted Colin Kaepernick vs. San Francisco, Nov. 25. 2011 – Played in 15 games with seven starts and registered 54 tackles (42 solo), four interceptions, and 15 passes defensed. Contributed on special teams with two stops, one blocked field goal and a blocked PAT…Tied his season-high with six tackles (three solo) vs. Houston, Sept. 25…Recorded his first career interception, when he picked off Blaine Gabbert, in addition to two passes defensed and one tackle at Jacksonville, Oct. 2…Made two tackles, intercepted a pass for second straight game, when he picked off Newton and blocked a PAT attempt at Carolina, Oct. 9…Tied a season-high with six tackles (five solo) and added one special teams stop vs. N.Y. Giants, Nov. 28…Made four solo tackles, a pass defensed and blocked a FG attempt vs. Detroit, Dec. 4…Recorded four stops, an interception of former Florida State teammate Christian Ponder, and two passes defensed at Minnesota, Dec. 18…Registered three solo tackles and broke up two passes vs. Atlanta, Dec. 26…Recorded three solo tackles and his second interception of Newton of season vs. Carolina, 1/1/12…Had three tackles, a pass defense and two special teams stops in NFC Wild Card Playoff vs. Detroit…Posted five tackles (four solo) and two passes defensed in NFC Divisional Playoff at San Francisco. 2010 – Played in 11 games with four starts as rookie and recorded 25 tackles (20 solo), three passes defensed and four special teams tackles…After seeing reserve action in three of the first four games (declared inactive at San Francisco, Sept. 20), made his first career start and tallied a team-high eight tackles (eight solo) and one pass defensed at Arizona, Oct. 10…Started three more games, suffering an ankle injury at Pittsburgh, Oct. 31, which caused him to be declared inactive for the next two contests at Carolina, Nov. 7 and vs. Seattle, Nov. 21…Returned to action at Dallas, Nov. 25 and posted three solo tackles…Recorded four tackles (three solo) in regular season finale vs. Tampa Bay, 1/2/11…Started in nickel defense in NFC Wild Card Playoff at Seattle, and made one solo tackle and one pass defensed.
COLLEGE – Played in 45 games at Florida State with 25 starts. Ended college career with 117 tackles, seven interceptions, 21 passes defensed, one blocked punt and four forced fumbles…Started 12 games as a senior in 2009 and was named second-team All-ACC, as he finished the season with a career-high 52 tackles (36 solo), two forced fumbles and 11 passes defensed…Started eight of the nine games he appeared in as a junior in 2008, helping the Seminoles rank sixth in the NCAA and first in the ACC in pass defense (162.4 ypg.)…Recorded 26 tackles (22 solo), one forced fumble, an interception and four passes defensed…As a sophomore, earned honorable mention All-ACC honors. Recorded 28 tackles (18 solo) and a career-high and team-best six interception returns for 87 yards. Interception total ranked third in the ACC and tied for 12th in nation. Also added six passes defensed and a forced fumble…Appeared in 12 games as freshman in 2006. Recorded 11 tackles (six solo) and gained 16 yards on a blocked punt return…Also returned blocked PAT for a score vs. Duke…Majored in social science.
PERSONAL – Attended South Miami (Fla.) HS before transferring to Gulliver Prep (Miami, Fla.), seeing time at CB and WR…Florida Sports Writers Association Class 2A first-team All-State after intercepting 11 passes and scoring 10 TDs on offense as a senior in 2005…Also starred in track and field, finishing third in state championships in 100 and 200-meter sprints as senior…As junior, an all-region Prep Star selection, recording 32 catches for 491 yards and six TDs, adding eight interceptions…Born Sept. 7, 1987 in Miami, Fla.