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NFL Network's Ian Rapoport is reporting that the Saints have agreed to terms with cornerback Patrick Robinson on a four-year deal.
He's leaving the Eagles to go back to the team he started his career with. He played for the Saints from 2010-2014, though the organization is much different nowadays. They have a defense that won't ask him to be the top-guy, but rather cover the slot while Marshon Lattimore and Ken Crawley handle the perimeter. The Saints suddenly have one of the best secondaries in all of football, as Robinson was one of the best slot cornerbacks in all of football last year.
The Indianapolis Colts snd CB Patrick Robinson agreed to terms on a three-year deal worth "more than" $12 million according to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport.
Patrick Robinson had a deal on the table in Dallas, but never signed. The Indianapolis Colts hosted the six-year veteran for a visit and agreed to terms on a three-year deal on Wednesday. Robinson will likely start with the Colts on the other side of Vontae Davis and solidly their secondary. He finished 2015 with an interception, a forced fumble and eight pass deflections through 16 games with San Diego.
According to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport, free agent CB Patrick Robinson will visit with the Colts on Wednesday. Rapoport added he was "close" to signing with the Cowboys earlier in the day.
Despite earlier reports, Patrick Robinson has not yet signed a deal with the Dallas Cowboys and is expected to visit with the Colts on Wednesday. Robinson has drawn interest from numerous teams and could weigh out his options prior to signing.
The Dallas Cowboys and CB Patrick Robinson agreed to terms on a deal on Tuesday. Details of the agreement have not yet been disclosed.
Patrick Robinson's announcement of signing with Dallas was the second of the day for the Cowboys. The first was RB Aflred Morris. Robinson's addition will provide much-needed depth to the cornerback position that has been Dallas' Achilles heel for years. Robinson finished 2015 with 49 total tackles, one interception, a forced fumble and eight pass deflections through 16 games with the Chargers.