32-Year-Old Defensive End – Minnesota Vikings
2015 Fantasy Football Outlook
Robison suffered a pectoral injury while working out last spring and it's not clear if he'll be completely ready for Week 1. Coming off a disappointing 4.5-sack, 24-tackle season, Robison is expected ...
Brian Robison Contract Information:
Signed a four-year, $28 million extension, including $13 million guaranteed, with the Vikings in October of 2013.
Robison had six total tackles, one tackle for a loss, defended two passes and had a quarterback hit in Sunday's win over Detroit.
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Exclusive Fantasy Analysis (FREE PREVIEW)Robison injured his pectoral during offseason workouts, which forced absences at the Vikings' offseason program. He must pass a physical in order to participate in the first day of training camp Sunday, but all signs point to his availability off the bat. The 31-year-old cobbled together a subpar season last fall, posting 25 tackles (18 solo) and 4.5 sacks in 16 games.
RotoWire's Preseason Outlooks
Robison had a career-high nine sacks last season. He'll be counted on as Minnesota's top pass rushing threat after the departure of Jared Allen. He'll start at left defensive end.
Robison recorded 8.5 sacks last season and is projected to start at DE opposite Jared Allen in 2013.
Robinson is the backup to Jared Allen at strong side defensive end. He had 14 tackles, 2.5 sacks along with a forced fumble in 2008, but do not expect any fantasy impact from Robinson in an IDP league in 2009.
Robison should serve as Minnesota's primary backup at defensive end behind both Jared Allen and Ray Edwards. He reached 4.5 sacks last season, a number he could again approach in 2008, and would see his value increase greatly if one of the two starters were to get hurt.
The rookie Robinson will serve as a pass-rush specialist and special teams player for the Vikings.