Set to take on the best defense in the NFL, the Cleveland Browns made a shakeup on the offensive line.
The left tackle told reporters Friday that he would be the backup, per Nate Ulrich of the Akron Beacon Journal.
All week signs pointed to a potential change along the line, particularly at left tackle, where Robinson has struggled all season. In six games, the 27-year-old tackle has allowed a sack, two QB hits, seven hurries, 10 pressures and been flagged five times, per Pro Football Focus.
The ire of Browns fans this season, Robinson signed a one-year contract in Cleveland this offseason to be the starting blocker on Baker Mayfield's blindside. That plan has gone woefully. Right off the bat, things were rocky, and Robinson was ejected in the season opener for kicking safety Kenny Vaccaro. The struggles continued from there as the entire Browns offensive line has been a weak spot for a 2-4 Cleveland squad.