"You see (Robinson) working, you see him getting reps, he's doing a nice job. It's a process," offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer explained last week. "We saw it last year with some of those guys like Tavon (Austin) some of the younger plays it takes time. Especially for a guy coming from a school that had a limited playbook. ... Again, going to be a really, really good player in this league."
Robinson profiled as a road-grading run blocker coming out of college, as his Auburn tape showed him blowing defensive linemen off the ball. The trouble has been pass protection, as Robinson was less than dominant at the college level and was exposed in preseason action.