Craig Robertson

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Height: 6' 1"
Weight: 234
Born:
College: North Texas
Birth Place: Stafford, Texas
Draft: Undrafted
  • Six NFL franchises that peaked and are heading downhill
    Yardbarker

    Six NFL franchises that peaked and are heading downhill

    Could the Packers' best football be behind them? Matthew Emmons-USA TODAY Sports To quote Bill Murray from Groundhog Day – “It’s gonna be cold, it’s gonna be grey, and it’s gonna last the rest of your life.” The shelf life for contention in the NFL is about as small as any professional sports league. For teams that rely on running backs to succeed, said window is even smaller. Though, the following six teams have more than just one or two positions to worry about in looking to continuing to remain in contention. For the New Orleans Saints, it’s all about an inability to build even an average defense that has failed veteran quarterback Drew Brees at every turn. In Seattle, a combination of the

  • Saints shows some love, restructure RT Zach Strief's contract
    Saints Wire

    Saints shows some love, restructure RT Zach Strief's contract

    The Saints were planning for the future when they selected OT Ryan Ramczyk 32nd overall last April, but on Friday, they let longtime veteran and current starter at right tackle Zach Strief know they still value his services. New Orleans restructured the 33-year-old’s contract, giving him an opportunity to earn an extra $1 million in 2017. The Saints upped Strief’s base salary by $700K, making him set to earn $1.7 million next season. His per-game roster bonus was also raised by $300K, from $1.4 million to $1.7 million, which increases his cap hit for 2017 to $6.1 million. 2017 will be Strief’s 12th season with the Saints, who drafted him in the seventh round back in 2006. He’s made 92 starts

  • Don’t bet against Adrian Peterson’s comeback with Saints
    USA Today

    Don’t bet against Adrian Peterson’s comeback with Saints

    Let Sean Payton tell you what he thinks he needs to give to Adrian Peterson, whose fresh start with the New Orleans Saints is wrapped with the purpose of proving that he is far from washed up. “Creativity is important,” Payton told USA TODAY Sports over the weekend. “I think the players want to know you were up at 11:45 on Thursday night thinking about a play with their name on it. When the players feel that, there’s that return on the investment.” In stock market terms, the Saints coach is hardly selling Peterson short. He’s buying him long. There’s also plenty of reasons to be bullish on Peterson because he’s now teaming up with Payton, one of the NFL’s most creative — and aggressive — offensive