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The Tennessee Titans are meeting with former Seattle Seahawks Pro-Bowl fullback Michael Robinson today, according to Ian Rapoport of NFL.com.
Is @RealRobReport coming to Tennessee? Well, tomorrow, at least. Former #Seahawks FB @RealMikeRob is visiting the #Titans, source says.
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) September 6, 2013
Robinson was released from the Seahawks following the preseason. The fullback missed the team's final two exhibition contests while dealing with a virus. He was one of the more surprising cuts, as he was formerly Seattle's special-teams captain.
Following his release on Saturday, Robinson hasn't garnered significant interest. There is an overall decline in the use of fullbacks in the NFL, and it took until today for the former Penn State quarterback to line up a visit with a prospective suitor.
If the Titans ultimately decide to add Robinson, he would become a key special-teams player and potential lead blocker for running back Chris Johnson.
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