Michigan Football: Denard Robinson’s Stock Improves at 2013 NFL Combine

February 27, 2013   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Despite a bump or two along the road, Denard Robinson's attempt to carve out an NFL career is right on schedule.
Robinson atoned for his poor showing at the recent Senior Bowl by displaying his speed and receiving skills Sunday at the NFL Combine.
With thoughts of becoming an NFL quarterback behind him, Robinson is intent on earning his way as a receiver, kick returner or situational running back.
"I think he's the ultimate hybrid Swiss-army knife type of player," Detroit Lions GM Mayhew told mlive.com "He can do so many things, and he's very good at a lot of things."
Since he played quarterback almost exclusively during his collegiate career, the transition to other positions won't happen overnight.
Add the lingering arm injury to the equation and it's understandable why he had trouble playing wide receiver at the Senior Bowl.
But Michigan fans are well aware of Robinson's athleticism, work ethic and leadership ability. It s...

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