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Record-setting Michigan quarterback Denard Robinson is hoping to make it in the NFL as a receiver. The move isn't unprecedented, as Robinson knows by studying Antwaan Randle El and Randall Cobb. If he can get healthy, this will be a key week for Robinson.
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Michigan Football quarterback Denard Robinson has completed a record breaking career and now it’s time to try and figure out where he ranks among the school’s all-time greats. Here is where we have ranked him among Michigan Football’s All-Time Best Quarterbacks
Robinson rewrote not only the Michigan record books, but also the Big Ten and NCAA record books.
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Former Michigan quarterback Denard Robinson is struggling in practices for the Senior Bowl. (The Detroit News)
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MOBILE, Ala. - A funny thing happened as the North team made its way out of the hotel and towards the team bus for Senior Bowl practice on Monday.
Former Ohio State star John Simon's hands were full, so somebody held the door for him.
Simon looked over to see it was former Michigan quarterback Denard Robinson. And this good deed was neither a setup nor blasphemy.
Michigan’s Denard Robinson committed five turnovers in a loss to Notre Dame.
Denard Robinson is still not back to 100 percent, health-wise — the ex-Michigan quarterback was limited Monday during the first day of Senior Bowl practice in Mobile, Ala.
Robinson, spending time with the wide receiver group, caught 9-of-10 passes; he also briefly fielded punts, no doubt something NFL...
In the first day of split practices, I personally was at North to watch the best three quarterbacks throw, as well as get the first look at talents like Eric Fisher, Denard Robinson and more.
Fisher impressed, Robinson piqued curiousity, the quarterbacks didn't separate, and Jonathan Cyprien, Robbie Rouse, Khaseem Greene, and Markus Wheaton impressed.
Record-setting Michigan quarterback Denard Robinson is hoping to make it in the NFL as a receiver. The move isn't unprecedented, as Robinson knows by studying Antwaan Randle El and Randall Cobb.