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Michael Robinson has been added to the NFC's Pro Bowl roster as the fullback, replacing the Packers John Kuhn who will be unable to participate because of injury.Robinson is in his second season with the Seahawks. He will join the Seahawks free safety Earl Thomas, who was named a Pro Bowl starter.The Seahawks were the only team in the NFL that did not have a player chosen to play in the Pro Bowl the previous two seasons.
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Seattle Seahawks fullback Michael Robinson is headed to Hawaii after being added to the NFC roster for the Pro Bowl.
Robinson was added on Thursday after Green Bay fullback John Kuhn pulled out due to injury. Robinson was the first alternate and this will be his first Pro Bowl appearance.
Robinson helped running back Marshawn Lynch become Seattle's first 1,000-yard back since...
And then there were two.
Today the NFL announced that Seattle Seahawks fullback and Pro Bowl alternate Michael Robinson will indeed be heading over to Hawaii to participate in the 2012 Pro Bowl as a member of the NFC team.
Robinson joins safety Earl Thomas.
Green Bay fullback John Kuhn pulled out due to injury.
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Seahawks fullback Michael Robinson was named to the NFC Pro Bowl team on Wednesday after Green Bay’s John Kuhn pulled out due to injury. Robinson was a big contributor to running back Marshawn Lynch’s 1,204-yard season. In addition, Robinson averaged 8.2 yards on four carries and nine receptions, with one touchdown against the Chicago Bears on Dec. 18. He had four receptions...
Seahawks fullback Michael Robinson has been added to the NFC's roster for the Pro Bowl, replacing Green Bay's John Kuhn, who is out with an injury.
Seattle FB Michael Robinson added to NFC roster
(AP) — Seattle Seahawks fullback Michael Robinson is headed to Hawaii after being added to the NFC roster for the Pro Bowl.
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