4 years ago1 Comment

Giants TE coach Michael Pope expects Adrien Robinson to "absolutely" be on the field this season.

"If [he] can get the right things done, learn to read the coverage, and get in the right place then I think [Robinson] can be very effective in the scoring zone," Pope said. Robinson was active for just two games last year, but is competing with Larry Donnell for playing time behind Brandon Myers. A 2012 fourth-round pick, Robinson should serve as an in-line run blocker, and could see an expanded role as a red-zone specialist.


LloydHaveMercy 4 years ago

hooray!! Looking forward to the JPP of Tight Ends to get a chance to show what he can do and with Myers signed to just a 1 yr deal he could be in a position in 2014 to be the starting TE on a team with a QB who likes to utilize that position...