Posted November 21, 2012 on michigan.scout.com
Michigan senior quarterback Denard Robinson talks about his protective sleeve, the effects it has on him throwing the football, his thankfulness for his injury not ending his career, his new role in the Michigan offense, his first ever catch in a game, his thoughts on doing whatever takes to get on the field, the last time he played another position, and more. ***Watch the full interview.***
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