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blkbigdog35 last won the day on June 20 2019

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About blkbigdog35

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  • Birthday 07/03/1970

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  1. Quarantine fun!!
  2. Thanks for posting Tim. Personally I think TG is going to be very motivated to prove people wrong about his knee. I’m definitely rooting for him!
  3. 21 would be nice though!
  4. I liked seeing him in 3 when he was a dawg!
  5. Yeah I saw that. Dude has been in the league for a few years. Haven’t seen this guy in action. Have you seen any game tape on him?
  6. Was drafted in 2015 by Vikings. PLAYER NEWS EDMOND ROBINSONLB, HOUSTON TEXANS Texans signed LB Edmond Robinson, formerly of the XFL's Roughnecks. Robinson was the No. 232 overall pick in the 2015 NFL Draft but wasn't able to make an impact early in his NFL career with the Vikings. A solid showing in the XFL was enough to give him another chance. Robinson will have to showcase an ability on special teams to make the active roster. SOURCE: Aaron Wilson on Twitter Mar 27, 2020, 3:37 PM ET EDMOND ROBINSONLB, MINNESOTA VIKINGS Vikings third-year LB Edmond Robinson is the leading candidate to start on the weak side. Robinson has got the majority of first-team OTA reps. He’s the early favorite to replace Chad Greenway’s old two-down role. Emmanuel Lamur will push Robinson when healthy. SOURCE: Minneapolis Star-Tribune Jun 7, 2017, 7:10 PM ET EDMOND ROBINSONLB, MINNESOTA VIKINGS Vikings signed No. 232 overall pick LB Edmond Robinson to a four-year, $2.348 million contract. The deal includes a $68,132 signing bonus. Coming out of small-school Newberry, Robinson put on a show at the Combine, clocking a 4.61 40 while turning in a 37-inch vertical leap and 10-foot-1 broad jump. Robinson has excellent movement skills for his size (6'3/245). He could be an impact special teamer as a rookie. May 7, 2015, 5:04 PM ET
  7. Definitely where you can find those diamonds in the rough!!! These guys also know they have to come in and work hard to impress!
  8. No doubt!