Dude was injured a lot last year...when he was on the field even as a decoy he was worth having..the speed scares people..even as a 5-6 receiver the guy brings value..hope the Giants consider resigning him before he catches on with another team.
He isn’t built like a sprinter, but he’s fast enough for such a twitchy, elusive receiver. Conversely, his small frame helped him on the bench press: his 19 Pro Day reps reflect not only impressive strength, but also relatively short arms. For example, UK lineman Darian Kinnard is obviously more powerful than Robinson, but his 35-inch arms limited him to 20 reps.
The ability to go into and out of cuts quickly is much more important
When players start running 40 times in game day pads and that when it will mater
Regardless of times… slayton and his brick hands should get cut. He’s not worth 2.5 million
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