Patrick Robinson returns to Saints with 4-year deal


According to Ian Rapoport from NFL Network, Philadelphia Eagles slot corner is heading back to New Orleans to play for the Saints.

The deal can not become official until the new league year opens Wednesday at 4 p.m. 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.

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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.

Now Robinson will return to New Orleans, the city where it all started. In 2015, they let Robinson go in free agency, following several years of uneven production. He gets a four-year deal, an unusually long contract for a player in his 30s.

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Going young at cornerback paid major dividends for the Eagles in 2017, transforming Jalen Mills from a struggling seventh-round pick to a legitimate number one cornerback, and highlighting just how much potential Rasul Douglas processes, and doing so once again in 2018 appears to be the plan.

Robinson, who is entering his eighth season in the National Football League has seen his value skyrocket this past season. 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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The questions now is whether any of them can cover slot receivers as reliably as Robinson.