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4. Adrien Robinson
At some point the Giants are going to have to see something from Adrien Robinson. Robinson was the Giants’ fourth round draft selection in 2012. Robinson has amassed only 5 receptions for 50 yards and 1 touchdown in his short career. Robinson either needs to show that he can be a contributing factor for the team or it is simply time to move on from the tight end. With a player like Jerome Cunningham possibly being an up and coming player it is time for Robinson to step up.
At this point last season if I told you that the Giants would have one of their tight ends to step up really big for them, you may have been surprised to see that it was Larry Donnell and not Robinson. Robinson has incredible athletic ability but has seen very little playing time.
The Giants though that Robinson could have been one of their biggest playmakers. Now we are just wondering if Robinson can contribute at all to the Giants cause of winning on the gridiron. Robinson needs to show us what he is made of this training camp and preseason.
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