Patrick Robinson, New Orleans Saints Agree to Four-year Deal


Past year saw Robinson record 45 combined tackles, one sack, 18 defended passes and four interceptions.

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.

In New Orleans, Robinson can still compete for a title with a team that has a legitimate shot to contend. If he were to sign with the Pats, then Eric Rowe would presumably be pegged as the No. 2 outside corner next to Stephon Gilmore with Robinson manning the inside. 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. In the NFC Championship game, Robinson had a big pick six.

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Drafted 32nd overall in the 2010 NFL Draft out of Florida State, Robinson was the first draft selection by the Saints following their first Super Bowl victory over the Indianapolis Colts.

The Saints' defense experienced a quick turnaround last season. That improved defense helped New Orleans get back in the playoffs after going 7-9 three straight years.

The questions now is whether any of them can cover slot receivers as reliably as Robinson. They also signed linebacker Demario Davis, adding another veteran piece to the puzzle.