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Draft Scout *Greg Robinson News
12/29/14 - LT Greg Robinson left briefly in the game against Seattle because of a toe injury. He missed just seven snaps in the game.
10/27/14 - LT Greg Robinson, who replaced Jake Long Sunday against Kansas City, will man the position for the rest of the season after diagnosis confirmed Long had suffered a torn ACL. Robinson started the game at left guard before sliding over when long was injured. "I thought he was fine (against Kansas City)," head coach Fisher said. "He had some issues; they had outstanding rushers, but he was strong and stout. That's what he does. He'll have a week to work on the footwork and things like that this week. He went out there and knew what to do and came out of the stack on a screen and executed a block. You can see his athletic ability when he made the tackle on the interception. At the tackle position, he'll be fine."
10/13/14 - LG Greg Robinson picked up his first career start Monday night, with Rodger Saffold moving to right guard and veteran Davin Joseph going to the bench. Robinson appeared to play well early but had trouble at times in pass protection. With the Rams a 1-4 team, Robinson, the No. 2 overall pick in this year's draft, probably should start for the season's remainder to accumulate the reps he needs to improve.
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."