Robinson: It’s a business decision at the end of the day

Here’s Laurent Robinson on Sirius NFL Radio last night with Late Hits…

Sounds like he knows this may be his one opportunity to cash in on a big pay day in the NFL. Get the feeling he will take the highest offer and the chances are this won’t be coming from the Dallas Cowboys. They already have two big name WR’s on the roster so they can’t afford to break the bank on a third WR.

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7 Responses to Robinson: It’s a business decision at the end of the day

  1. Pingback: Linky, March 6, 2012: The Eagles’ interest in Dan Connor, and a bunch of stuff to make fun of the Cowboys for today – Blogging the bEast

  2. Mr Jones says:

    Out Laurent Robinson In Tommy Streeter,same player same speed & younger!

  3. Plamaker says:

    Tommy Streeter this years Jimmy Graham?

  4. chris says:

    so much for the whole laurent robinson love fest with romo and the cowboys and how bad he wanted to comeback .. like every other nfl player money talks and bullshit walks .. he’s taking the highest deal he’s offered .. bye laurent it was fun while it lasted

    too bad he may get a bigger bonus but if he goes somewhere and doesn’t have the same talent around or he goes back to his injury prone days, he’s going to get cut and that bonus won’t mean diddly

    don’t let the door hit you in the ass buddy

  5. Anonymous says:

    Chris, L. Robinson has a short window to take care of his family for the rest of life. If he takes less money and get hurt, the Cowboys will cut just like any other team. The NFL is cold hearted business and I don’t blame any player for taking the best deal he can get.

  6. Don’t blame him but lets get real here shall we? Romo MADE Robinson who he is this year. Going to the other teams, he won’t get the same look nor will he get the same stats. It took him 4 years to find Romo. He won’t get that anywhere else trust me.

  7. Glenn says:

    They get one shot at a contract and that’s likely how this will work out. Realize that the Cowboys have been allowed to speak with his agent, but not sign until that magic date. So he knows what they are offering right now. We’re not going to pay him as a 1 or 2. He’ll look to get that elsewhere and someone will. FYI, it’s unlikely he would repeat the numbers from last year again. He won’t start again unless Miles or Dez is hurt. Putting up 11 TD’s which is rare, likely won’t happen. I’d like to see them keep him but it’s doubtful that we will. Can’t break the bank for a #3 when that D needs an overhaul.

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