Getting Over the Hump: Can Browns WR Brian Robiskie Do It in 2010?

June 22, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Second-year wide receiver Brian Robiskie has been getting a ton of press this offseason, and it is not a surprise since he is wearing a Cleveland Browns helmet and he went to The Ohio State University.
Immediately when Robiskie was picked in the second round of the 2009 NFL draft, he became a Browns fan base favorite having been a Buckeye.
If there is one thing that many Browns fans are equally as loyal to as their NFL team, it is for their top-ranked collegiate team down to the south in Columbus, Ohio.
Robiskie is the son of Terry Robiskie, who was once the Browns' wide receivers coach and interim head coach when Butch Davis resigned in 2004.
Labeled the "most polished receiver in the 2009 NFL draft class," Robiskie disappointed many of his and Browns' fans only catching seven passes and struggling to see any playing time during his rookie year.
One year later, and Cleveland sports sources have all reported the emergence of Robiskie in organized team activit...

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