Robinson has signed a contract with the Falcons, D. Orlando Ledbetter of the Atlanta Journal Constitution reports. Robinson participated in some of the offseason program after being signed by the Ravens in early 2015, but was released during the trimming of the 53-man roster before the regular season began. The speedy receiver hasn't seen legitimate action since the 2013 regular season, where he caught 18 passes on 46 targets for 365 yards and two touchdowns in 13 games for an average of 20.3 yards per reception. Part of Robinson's problem as an NFL receiver is that he has been seen solely as a deep threat, and in that regard he is not entering a good situation in Atlanta. Matt Ryan doesn't have a particularly strong deep-ball arm, and one third of his throws in 2015 were targeted towards superstar Julio Jones, leaving a negligible share of work for the rest of the Falcons' receiving corps. Robinson will really need to fight if he wants to receive a spot on the 53-man roster, and even if he does he will most likely stick to special teams, leaving him with marginal upside for fantasy production in 2016.
Ravens wide receiver Aldrick Robinson will not be able to participate in the rest of the team's OTA session after suffering a grade-2 MCL sprain in his knee, the team announced. Robinson suffered the injury during Tuesday's OTA practice. Robinson did not appear in a game for the Ravens last season. He is expected to be ready for training camp.
Ravens wide receiver Aldrick Robinson sustained a knee injury during practice Tuesday, sources have told the Baltimore Sun. He will undergo further tests on his medial collateral ligament to determine the extent of the damage. Robinson would be the second Ravens wideout hurt this spring. Michael Campanaro suffered a partially torn quadriceps last week and is out until training camp.
The Ravens have signed wide receiver Aldrick Robinson to a reserve/future contract, Pro Football Talk reports. Robinson appeared in five games with the Redskins in 2014, catching one pass for six yards. He finished the season on the Ravens practice squad. Robinson has tallied 608 yards and five touchdowns on 30 receptions since being selected in the sixth round of the 2011 NFL Draft.
The Ravens signed wide receiver Aldrick Robinson and tight end Allen Reisner to their practice squad Tuesday. They also added wide receiver Alec Lemon. Robinson, who was with the Redskins for the past three years, only had one catch for six yards in 2014.
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|WK||DATE||OPP||OPP RANK||OPP FPTS|
|1||09/11||Tampa Bay Buccaneers||27||24.63|
|3||09/27||@New Orleans Saints||28||25.13|
|7||10/23||San Diego Chargers||4||18.38|
|8||10/30||Green Bay Packers||13||21.00|
|9||11/04||@Tampa Bay Buccaneers||27||24.63|
|13||12/04||Kansas City Chiefs||21||23.44|
|14||12/11||@Los Angeles Rams||6||18.50|
|15||12/18||San Francisco 49ers||18||22.38|
|17||01/01||New Orleans Saints||28||25.13|
|3 Year Avg||16||6||124||1||5||20.67||18|