Derreck Robinson

#67DE,
Height: 6' 4"
Weight: 295
Born:
College: Iowa
Birth Place: Minneapolis, Minnesota
Draft: Undrafted
  • Ultimate guide to the 2017 NFL season: The new and the Brady
    New York Post

    Ultimate guide to the 2017 NFL season: The new and the Brady

    We celebrate the open of training camps when the addictive smell of the NFL is in the air and the Jets still are 0-0 and tied with the Patriots. So The Post provides a primer on what to look for on the Road to Super Bowl LII in Minneapolis and who to look for and where to look for them. Storylines 1. The G.O.A.T: If life begins at 40, Tom Brady and Bill Belichick will be hoisting their sixth Lombardi Trophy together because receiver Brandin Cooks, cornerback Stephon Gilmore and defensive end Kony Ealy are youthful upgrades to the defending champs. NFL commissioner Roger Goodell should do himself a favor and bring Deflategate earplugs when he finally shows his face at Gillette Stadium for the

  • Jags and Browns had the youngest teams in 2016
    Jaguars Wire

    Jags and Browns had the youngest teams in 2016

    In the series of data collected by analyst Chase Stuart, the Jaguars’ age average is just 25.9, which hopefully means the team has a bright future ahead. A lot of that success will hinge on Blake Bortles when considering a team can only go so far without decent quarterback play. Players on the Jags current roster have been very vocal about not letting their young movement be an excuse going forward, and due retaining offensive coordinator Nate Hackett and defensive coordinator Todd Wash they should very familiar with the team’s systems when the regular season rolls around. 

  • Isaiah Crowell latches on to Drew Rosenhaus to be his new agent
    Dawgs By Nature

    Isaiah Crowell latches on to Drew Rosenhaus to be his new agent

    Last week, DBN’s Andrea Hangst discussed what impact the Le’Veon Bell contract situation in Pittsburgh could end up having on Isaiah Crowell’s contract negotiations with the Cleveland Browns. And now, those negotiations with Crowell may have just gotten a whole lot dicier. Sunday afternoon, Drew Rosenhaus announced that the Browns running back is his newest client: Per Mary Kay Cabot of the Plain Dealer, Crowell formerly employed Universal Sports Management agents Robert Brown and Kevin Conner. That would have been the group who tried to negotiate with the Browns this offseason. It wouldn’t be a surprise to see Rosenhaus touch base with the Browns’ front office soon to see if they are interested