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Texans and Robinson Can’t Agree on a Long-Term Deal

The Houston Chronicle reports today about Dunta Robinson not being able to land a long-term deal with the club:

Another deadline passed without the Texans re-signing cornerback Dunta Robinson, as Wednesday was the final day NFL teams could negotiate long-term deals with players they had franchised. Robinson remains unsigned and will not be able to negotiate a long-term deal with the Texans until the 2009 season ends. If he signs his franchise tag, Robinson will get $9.957 million on the one-year contract. The last time Robinson spoke, he said he was prepared to sit out training camp and part of the season. If the five-year veteran sits out the regular season, Robinson would lose $585,705 a game.


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