27-Year-Old Linebacker – New York Giants
2017 Fantasy Football Outlook
Robinson will see snaps on passing downs and should rack up some tackles, though he failed to record a sack or pick off a pass last year in 16 games. He'll see a fair amount of work, but his upside is...
Keenan Robinson Contract Information:
Signed a contract with the Giants in March of 2017.
Robinson re-signed with the Giants on Monday, Mike Garafolo of NFL.com reports.
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RotoWire's Preseason Outlooks
Previously a starter in Washington's 3-4, Robinson will now look to start at weak side or middle linebacker in the 4-3 of the division-rival Giants. Robinson is an injury worry after missing time in all three of his NFL seasons – a pectoral injury in 2013, an MCL sprain in 2014 and a shoulder issue in 2015 – but when he played, he had intriguing production rates. Between 2014 and 2015, Robinson totaled 172 tackles (107 solo) on 1,356 snaps.That would project to roughly 127 tackles over a 1,000-snap stretch. The playing time is there for him in New York if he can stay healthy.
London Fletcher's retirement made Robinson a starter last year, and he came through for fantasy owners. Despite missing three games with an MCL sprain, Robinson safely passed triple digits in tackles in 810 snaps. Locked into a three-down role next to Perry Riley, Robinson could log 1,000 snaps in a division with Dallas and Philadelphia, two of the league's most run-heavy teams. Expect Robinson to improve on last year's already useful production.
Missed all of 2013 with torn pectoral muscle. The team expected him to grow into a starting role last year. Going in 2014 he is expected to compete for an inside linebacker position.
Backup middle linebacker.
Will compete for a backup spot at inside linebacker.