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Marcus Robinson

39-Year-Old Wide Receiver – Free Agent

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There was no outlook written for Marcus Robinson in 2014. Check out the latest news below for more on his current fantasy value.

HT: 6'03    WT: 215   DOB: 2/27/1975  College: University of South   Show ContractHide Contract

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Robinson announced his retirement from football in June of 2008.

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Robinson announced his retirement on Monday, the Kansas City Star reports.

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Marcus Robinson NFL Stats
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Marcus Robinson: Past News Updates   ( ▲ View most recent update )

Robinson, who was placed on the injured reserve list just before training camp started, no longer appears on the Lions' official roster.

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Robinson signed with the Lions on Wednesday, the Associated Press reports.

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Robinson played in 10 games with the Vikings last year, catching 29 passes for 381 yards and four touchdowns. The Lions' depth chart is really a question mark after Roy Williams and Mike Furrey, but the signing of another wide receiver could signal that they won't pick Calvin Johnson with the second pick in Saturday's draft.
Robinson (hip flexor) was released by Minnesota, the St. Paul Pioneer Press reports.

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He was in head coach Brad Childress' doghouse, but this seems somewhat rash. He could sign with a playoff team this week and be a factor in the postseason.
The Vikings have told Robinson (hip flexor) that he will be released, the St. Paul Pioneer Press reports.

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Robinson, who was inactive last week against the Jets due to a hip flexor injury, was able to practice Monday. "I have a small little strain, but I'm fine," he told the St. Paul Pioneer Press reports. He is listed as probable for Thursday's game against the Packers.

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Robinson (ankle) is inactive against the Jets, the Minneapolis Star Tribune reports.

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Robinson (ankle) remains listed as probable for Sunday's game against the Jets, but is expected to play, ESPN's John Clayton reports.

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Robinson (ankle) is listed as probable for Sunday's game.

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Robinson (ankle) is active for Sunday’s game with the Lions.

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Robinson (ankle) is listed as probable for Sunday's game.

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RotoWire's Preseason Outlooks

2014

There was no outlook written for Marcus Robinson.

2007

Robinson was placed on the injured reserve list by the Lions before training camp started.

2006

With Koren Robinson and Troy Williamson seen improving, and Brad Johson finding chemistry with Travis Taylor late in the season, Robinson’s declining production once Brad Johnson took over at quarterback could be a bad omen. He'll likely be the No. 4 receiver and a Red Zone specialist.

2005

Troy Williamson could overtake him for the starting job in camp, but should Robinson win, he’ll be Minnesota’s primary long-ball and red-zone threat. At 6-3, 215 pounds, Robinson can get up over top of defensive backs, and he has the sneaky speed to get behind them on vertical routes. Robinson’s not much of a receiver in the middle of the field, but he scored four times on 16 targets in the red zone, and three times on his six targets around the goal line. With Randy Moss (and his 12 inside-the-five targets gone), Robinson could well pick up the slack from in close. Robinson had minor surgery to remove a cyst from his left knee this offseason, but he’s expected to be fine for training camp.

2004

Robinson enters the season as the number two WR in Minnesota. While Robinson's strong second half with Baltimore last season reminded many of his glory days with Chicago (1,400 yards and nine touchdowns in 1999), there are a number of reasons he'll likely be overvalued in your draft. First, second receivers next to Randy Moss have not produced since the departure of Cris Carter. The combined totals of receivers other than Moss in the offense put up 1,200 total receiving yards in 2002 and 1,143 in 2003 with no receiver having more than four touchdows or 689 yards in each season. Second, Robinson's revival last season was mostly limited to two big games. He had five touchdowns and 202 yards in Week 12 and 13, and just one touchdown and only one game of more than 44 yards the rest of the season. Lastly, Robinson has been injury-prone and inconsistent since coming back from major back and knee injuries a few years ago.

2003

Robinson begins training camp healthy, but in a battle for a starting job with fellow free agent signee Frank Sanders. In an offense focused on ball control and filled with unproven quarterbacks, don't expect a return to his 1999 numbers.