Man receives 25-year sentence for robbery of Texans CB Robinson

RICHMOND, Texas -- A 25-year prison term has been ordered for a man over a 2007 robbery at the Houston-area home of Texans cornerback Dunta Robinson.

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Prosecutors in Fort Bend County say Roderick Darnell Johnson pleaded guilty to aggravated robbery Tuesday.

Investigators say Robinson was held at gunpoint during the September 2007 robbery at his residence in Missouri City. Cash and jewelry were stolen.

Authorities say Johnson's cousin, Terrence Johnson, earlier pleaded guilty to robbery in the case and is serving a 25-year prison term.

Robinson, who is an unrestricted free agent, declined comment on the criminal case.

Copyright 2010 by The Associated Press

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