[font=Tahoma]I understand that most of you have negative feelings toward Koren Robinson. But, I really think he can help us here.
Despite his character shortcomings and somewhat suspect attitude, he's done nothing but produce for the Seahawks. He may have had some low yardage seasons or some dropped balls, but those are things that can be fixed with repetition and the right environment.
Coach Parcells has the uncanny ability to turn people around and make them into star pupils. Antonio Bryant showed some real progression despite his incident last training camp. So, it's not so far fetched of an idea to think that he can do the same with Robinson.
The talent is there for him. He was a 1,200 yard receiver for one season. He'd definitely help the offense by giving Bledsoe another deep threat alongside Terry Glenn and Quincy Morgan. If Morgan has shown some improvement, the very idea of Robinson here would make our offense freakish. We have a pretty good quarterback in Bledsoe and Henson-Romo are waiting in the wings. We have a 1-2-3 punch at RB with Jones, Thomas, and Barber. If we signed Robinson, we have a very impressive WR corps with Johnson as our possession receiver and three deep ball threats with Glenn, Morgan, and Robinson. Not to mention that we'd have Campbell and Witten as two great TE's.
The bottom line is that we'd have a Super Bowl offense after not looking for it in this year's draft. He's 25 years old and still young enough to grow and develop into the receiver a lot of people think he could be. Aside from his character, there's nothing wrong with pursuing this kid. If we offered him an incentive laden contract, the risk on him would be minimal and the gains would outweigh any potential losses.
I want him here. We'd have a receiver to step in and take over for Glenn or Johnson if they went down with injuries again. Morgan is coming along and Crayton is another Johnson in the making. Robinson, Morgan, and Crayton would be a trio behind a trio. You can't do anything other than gawk at that possibility.