Saints agree to terms with Patrick Robinson

Saints agree to terms with Patrick Robinson

According to ESPN, the four-year deal includes a $5 million signing bonus, $10 million in guaranteed money and could be worth up to $20 million over the life of the deal.

Patrick Robinson went from training camp question mark to playoff hero for the Eagles last season, and he did it all on a one-year deal for $1 million. He played a pivotal role on the Eagles' pass defense, manning slot corner for the Super Bowl champions.

The Eagles attempted to re-sign Robinson, but ultimately didn't have the cap space for what he sought. He finished out the year with 38 tackles, and tied his career-high of picks with four interceptions. He also had a memorable 50-yard interception return for a touchdown in the NFC Championship Game against the Minnesota Vikings. Rapoport previously reported that Robinson was headed back to Philly.

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Between Worley, Mills, Douglas, Ronald Darby and potential game changer Sidney Jones, the Eagles are going to have a serious battle for their three starting corner spots going into 2018, and retaining Robinson long-term would have been incredibly shortsighted, even after he played incredibly well in 2017.

Robinson has experience playing on both the outside and slot, giving defensive coordinator Dennis Allen more versatility in his secondary. His presence, along with fellow former Saint Malcolm Jenkins, was critical for an elite Eagles defense that dominated throughout their title-clinching campaign.

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