Patrick Robinson returns to Saints with 4-year deal

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Suffice to say, he outplayed the contract and became a key cog at cornerback for the Eagles defense throughout a Super Bowl-winning season. It was announced on Wednesday afternoon that the New Orleans Saints are set to sign Philadelphia Eagles cornerback Patrick Robinson to a four-year deal with an undisclosed amount, for now.

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Originally a first-round pick by the Saints in the 2010 NFL Draft, Robinson bounced around between the Colts and Chargers over the last few years. Past year saw Robinson record 45 combined tackles, one sack, 18 defended passes and four interceptions. At times the defensive backfield looked rough, but Robinson was always the guy they could count on in the nickel. His stellar performance as an inside cornerback earned widespread praise, endeared him to the franchise during his one year in Philadelphia and helped revive his career. He also had a memorable 50-yard interception return for a touchdown in the NFC Championship Game against the Minnesota Vikings.

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Robinson's first Saints tenure didn't work out as hoped, but he's coming back as a reliable veteran with Super Bowl experience. Touted for his speed and supreme athleticism, the former Seminole was brought in to improve a defense that placed 25th overall in 2009.

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According to Mark Daniels of the Providence Journal, the Patriots have interest in free agent CB Patrick Robinson.

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