Colts to work out Laurent Robinson

AP

Free agent wide receiver Laurent Robinson has yet another stop as he searches for a team to take a chance on him.

According to Adam Caplan of the TheSidelineView.com, Robinson will have a work out with the Indianapolis Colts.

Robinson appeared in just seven games for the Jacksonville Jaguars last season after signing a five-year deal with the team. Robinson dealt with concussions and was released by the Jaguars this offseason. He caught just 24 passes for 252 yards last season for the Jaguars after having a career year with the Dallas Cowboys in 2011. That season Robinson caught 54 passes for 858 yards and 11 touchdowns.

Robinson has already worked out for the New York Jets, Detroit Lions, Miami Dolphins, San Francisco 49ers and New Orleans Saints.

8 responses to “Colts to work out Laurent Robinson

  1. Not that anyone is counting… But maybe we should be listing what teams HAVEN’T worked out Laurent Robinson at this point… just saying!

  2. He’s not healthy. This is the 7th team you’ve listed and I know NE worked him out, so theres probably closer to ten. I really think he can be an OK #2, he had Gabbert throwing to him and he looked good as Romo’s #3 back in 2011.

  3. I’m surprised any team would work out ANY player with a history of concussions. This tells me all the above teams are not satisfied with what they have seen so far in camp.

  4. With Andy Luck and Reggie Wayne,Bey and Hilton I see the Colts being the greatest show on Turf 2 electric Boogaloo!! The Colts are by far the best team in the NFL and now they have added Robinson who will probably have a Pro Bowl type season so you should def pick him up on yo fantasy teams. I would imagine every other team is really kicking themselves right now for not having the forsight to give Laurent a chance like the greatest team in the NFL has. I cannot wait to see the Colts put about 60 points per game on Seattle and San Francisco, oh yea, and especially denver. GO COLTS!!!!!!!!!!!

  5. He should have stay on with the Cowboys, he could have had a nice long career as a 3 instead of making a money grab to be a 2 or 1. You see this all the time players make that decision then wind up ruining their careers.

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