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Draft Scout *Greg Robinson News
09/15/14 - OL Greg Robinson, the second overall pick in the draft, didn't play any snaps from scrimmage in Sunday's game against Tampa Bay. Robinson was on the field for five special teams plays.
09/03/14 - OL Greg Robinson won't start Sunday, and is listed as the backup at both left guard and left tackle. Said coach Jeff Fisher, "He's doing a good job. He's playing guard, he's playing tackle. He's doing both in practice. He's doing them all through preseason and he's gotten better each week. We made the decision that in the opener that we're better off going with experience. Doesn't mean to say that he won't play in the game, but we're going to go with guys that have a lot of snaps under their belt right now."
08/20/14 - OL Greg Robinson will start at left guard with Jake Long returning to left tackle this week. When Long leaves the game, Robinson will slide to left tackle.
08/10/14 - OL Greg Robinson started the game against New Orleans at left guard and also played left tackle later in the game. Said coach Jeff Fisher, "I thought he did good. From a run game standpoint he was good. Most of the time the pass protection was solid. He was downfield and I thought he played pretty well considering he played two positions."
05/12/14 - Said Fisher, "He's very, very athletic and learns very well. Boo (line coach Paul Boudreau) will get him going." Fisher acknowledged that Robinson will likely begin his career at guard. The Rams' starters last season were Jake Long at left tackle and Joe Barksdale at right tackle. Rodger Saffold, who opened the 2013 season at right tackle, eventually was switched to right guard and when Saffold was re-signed as an unrestricted free agent in March, it was with the intention to play him at guard. Long suffered a torn ACL late last season, but the Rams believe he will be ready for the start of the regular season. The interest in having Robinson play guard at the outset is so his inexperience as a pass blocker won't be exposed early. Robinson acknowledged the work he needs as a pass blocker, and said, "There's a few things I need to work on. I look forward to working on that, taking it from the coaches and learning from other players." As for playing guard, Robinson said, "Whatever they ask, I'm willing to do. I will work hard to step in and help anywhere I can." - The Sports Xchange