Patrick Robinson returns to Saints with 4-year deal



Robinson played with the Saints from 2010-2014.

Robinson, a 30-year-old free agent, agreed to sign a four-year contract with the New Orleans Saints after negotiations with the Eagles stalled, Rapoport reported.

There's a chance that Patrick Robinson leaves the Super Bowl champions for the team that they beat. Robinson signed a one-year contract worth $775,000 with the Eagles in 2017. By prioritizing an every-down player like Nigel Bradham over a luxury slot corner like Robinson, Howie Roseman is confirming that this team is built to last, and will do whatever it takes to return to the Super Bowl in 2018. Defensive Rookie of the Year Marshon Lattimore made an instant impact and Ken Crawley emerged as a solid starter. Robinson broke out for four interceptions last year-five if you include the playoffs-while earning PFF's No. 4 grade out of 120 qualifiers at cornerback. His departure will leave a void, but Philly remains formidable with its vaunted front seven.

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Robinson, 30, was initially a first-round pick by the Saints in 2010 and played his first five seasons in the National Football League in New Orleans.

Former Saint cornerback Patrick Robinson is coming home according to Sean Fazende of FOX 8 Sports. Now with 97 career games and playing his personal-best football, he should be a more-reliable asset to a team that is in serious contention for its second championship.

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