Though we’re not quite sure how a trade actually works in a league with one ownership group and one G.M. and four teams, a trade has happened.
The UFL has announced that receiver Koren Robinson has been traded from the Florida Tuskers to the New York Sentinels.
The Tuskers have received in exchange “future consideration.” Whatever that means.
Sentinels coach Ted Cottrell served as defensive coordinator in Minnesota during Robinson’s first career rebirth. He signed with the Vikings and made the Pro Bowl as a kick returner. Poised to become the team’s No. 1 receiver in the first year of the Brad Childress era, Robinson was cut after playing a real-life game of Need For Speed: Mankato Mile.
Robinson resurfaced in Green Bay, served a one-year suspension, returned to the Packers, and spent a portion of 2008 with the Seahawks.
He was a top ten draft pick of the Seahawks in 2001.
The UFL also has begun to cut players, including former NFL defensive back Curtis DeLoatch.
Also, the UFL has added former NFL running back Michael Pittman to the Florida Tuskers. His arrival has been expected for several weeks.