Former Giants’ linebacker Keenan Robinson has found a new home. The six-year pro signed a two-year deal with the Buffalo Bills. Robinson spent two seasons with Big Blue going into this offseason.
The #Bills have signed LB Keenan Robinson, who spent his last two seasons with the #Giants.— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) July 24, 2018
Robinson, 29, played in just six games for the Giants last season, three of which he started in. He was limited by a quad injury that landed him on the injured reserve in November. In two seasons in New York, Robinson racked up 181 total tackles and 1.5 sacks. He had more of an impact during his 2016 campaign with the Giants, starting six games and appearing in all 16 Giants’ regular season games.
While Robinson has moved on from the Giants, other players haven’t been as lucky. Former Giants’ running back Orleans Darkwa remains unsigned after an impressive 2017 season with Big Blue. Darkwa had a breakout season in 2017, rushing for 751 yards and five touchdowns on 4.4 yards per carry.
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