The Washington Redskins published a press release on Thursday announcing that they have signed fourth round draft pick, linebacker Keenan Robinson whom they drafted from the Texas Longhorns. According to Aaron Wilson of Fox Sports, Robinson signed a four-year deal.
Redskins fourth-round linebacker Keenan Robinson's four-year deal is worth $2.52 million, including a $420,000 bonus, per a league source.— Aaron Wilson (@RavensInsider) May 17, 2012
While playing for the Longhorns last season, Robinson recorded 106 total tackles, including 10 tackles for loss and a sack. Robinson also was credited with seven pass break ups, 13 quarterback pressures, two forced fumbles and a safety. Through his career he was twice named to second team all Big 12 and was named defensive MVP of the 2011 Holiday Bowl.
Signing Robinson gives the Redskins more depth at linebacker. It could also give the Redskins help on the special teams side of the ball.
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