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Ex-Seahawk: Peyton Manning is 'done,' Osweiler should start

Michael Robinson was part of the Seattle Seahawks team that handed Peyton Manning the most embarrassing loss of his storied career: a 43-8 beatdown in Super Bowl XLVIII. Manning is one win away from another Super Bowl appearance — his Denver Broncos host the New England Patriots on Sunday in the AFC Championship Game — but in Robinson’s mind, that 2014 loss effectively erased...
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Michael Robinson worried 2014 Seahawks are too young

The Seattle Seahawks won the Super bowl last season despite having the second youngest roster in the NFL, but one former player is concerned that the team’s youth may work against them this coming year. Fullback Michael Robinson has not yet signed a contract with an NFL team for 2014 and is openly contemplating retirement. Perhaps his recent comments on Dave Dameshek’s show are...
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July 21, 2014  |  Discuss

NFL Notes: 49ers, Bears, Raiders, Vikings & Michael Robinson

  Michael Robinson Free agent FB Michael Robinson recently mentioned that his NFL career has most likely come to an end. “I still love Sundays,” Robinson said, via Bob Condotta of the Seattle Times. “Monday through Saturday gets difficult.” Robinson, 31, hasn’t found any reported interest this offseason and has hinted that he could call it a career a few months ago...
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June 19, 2014  |  Discuss

Veteran FB Michael Robinson Likely To Retire

  Free agent FB Michael Robinson recently mentioned that he’ll probably retire from the NFL and pursue a broadcasting career. “There really isn’t a market for 31-year fullbacks headed into their ninth year in the league,” Robinson said, via “Economically speaking, I understand that. I’m going to give myself a little time after the draft to let teams...
Via NFL Trade Rumors
April 28, 2014  |  Discuss

Seattle Seahawks Fullback Michael Robinson to appear on the "Young and the Restless"

It's amazing when you learn the viewing habits of an athlete. With free time in between practice sessions and games, it's not surprising to learn that programs like "The Price is Right," "The View," "The Chew" and soap operas or daytime dramas as they're officially classified, are some of the most watched shows when athletes are home. Fullback Michael Robinson of the Super Bowl...
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February 23, 2014  |  Discuss

Seahawks fullback Michael Robinson makes cameo on ‘The Young and The Restless’ (photo)

Like most boys into football, when Seattle Sehawks fullback Michael Robinson was a kid, he dreamed of one day playing in the National Football League and winning a Super Bowl … and then parlaying that fame and success into a cameo appearance on a daytime soap opera. Well, maybe that wasn’t the case for Robinson […]The post Seahawks fullback Michael Robinson makes cameo on ‘The...
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February 21, 2014  |  Discuss

WATCH: Marshawn Lynch has funny interview with Deion Sanders

Rumor had it heading in to Super Bowl Media Day that Marshawn Lynch, arguably the most media-averse NFL player, was contemplating skipping out of Tuesday’s circus sideshow entirely. But as Seattle Seahawks teammate Michael Robinson noted, the running back “likes money” and the threat of being fined $100,000 for flaking on the mandatory event […]The post Marshawn Lynch’s...
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January 28, 2014  |  Discuss

Seahawks’ Michael Robinson right where he belongs

Most of us receive second chances in life and most NFL players receive second and third chances at playing the game they cherish.  However, Seattle Seahawks fullback, Michael Robinson, is in a small group of gridiron giants that received a second chance that guided them to the Super Bowl.At the end of preseason, Robinson began to feel sick; he started dropping weight (30 pounds...
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January 28, 2014  |  Discuss

Seattle Seahawks: penalties caused Sunday’s loss

The Seattle Seahawks lost to rival San Francisco 19-17 on Sunday, falling to 11-2 but still very much in control of the NFC playoff picture. The end result was more important to the 49ers, who are trying to fend off Arizona, Philadelphia, and Dallas for the final wild card position. The win was also an opportunity to delay Seattle clinching the NFC West, but that’s all it was:...
December 10, 2013  |  Discuss

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