In Miles Austin and Dez Bryant, Cowboys QB Tony Romo has two speedy, athletic wideouts to throw to. But for just this one game, he might consider looking for Laurent Robinson.
The five-year pro snagged 34 passes for 344 yards and a pair of touchdowns last season for St. Louis, but the Rams made little effort to re-sign him. He eventually signed with San Diego, but the Chargers let him go, opening the door for the Cowboys to snatch him up.
“I’ve been thinking about (today’s game) for a little bit,” said Robinson, who played in 17 games for the Rams over two seasons. “I’ll get to see some old friends and show them what I can do.”
In four games with Dallas, Robinson has 12 catches for 208 yards, an effort that’s impressed coach Jason Garrett.
“He’s a relatively big receiver (6 foot 2, 194) and he runs good routes, has good quickness and speed and he catches the football,” Garrett said. “He was a quick study, who came in and was able to understand what we’re trying to do on offense in a