Former Saints cornerback Patrick Robinson signed a one-year, $2 million deal with the Chargers, reports the National Football Post. Robinson, 27, made nine interceptions in his five-year stint in New Orleans after being drafted 32nd overall in 2010.
Former Saints cornerback Patrick Robinson is set to visit the Steelers, according to NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport. Robinson, 27, has played all five years of his career with the Saints after being selected in the first round of the 2010 draft by the team. Throughout his career he has recorded 180 total tackles, 46 passes defensed, nine interceptions, one sack and one forced fumble.
Free agent cornerback Patrick Robinson told Josina Anderson of ESPN that he has received interest from several teams, including the Vikings, Saints, Steelers, Panthers and Dolphins. Robinson, 27, spent his first five years with the Saints, including last year as a nickel and right cornerback. He finished the year with two interceptions in 14 games (six starts).
The Saints have been in contract discussions with cornerback Patrick Robinson and are hoping to reach an agreement on a deal, a source told The Advocate. Robinson can become a free agent March 10 if no deal is reached. The former first-round pick has spent his entire five-year career with the Saints. In 2014, he produced 39 tackles and two interceptions.
Four Saints defenders who were on the injury report are active for Sunday night's game against the Packers. They are cornerbacks Patrick Robinson (hamstring) and Keenan Lewis (knee, shoulder), linebacker Ramon Humber (ankle) and nose tackle Brodrick Bunkley (concussion).