|(Robinson will have to show that he's more than the occasional big play to stay in DC. Photo: Johnathan Newton/WP)|
Both deals are for 1 year.
Robinson is pretty well known amongst Redskin fans for his speed and some of the bigger plays he made in 2012. He made a couple of big catches in 2013, but may be remembered for a huge drop he had against the Lions that may have changed the outcome of the game. Robinson finished 2013 with 18 catches for 365 yards and 2 TDs.
What will be key for Robinson this season is to show that he's more than an occasional big play threat. Robinson ended 2013 with an opportunity for more playing time because of the LCL tear to Leonard Hankerson and Josh Morgan being in Mike Shanahan's doghouse. In the final three games of the season he had 8 catches for 146 yards and showed an ability to run intermediate routes and make plays.
Based on his time with the Bengals, Jay Gruden tends to go with larger WRs (of the current Bengals roster only 1 WR is shorter than the 5-10 Robinson), so it'll be up to Robinson to show that his blazing speed can be used on shorter routes to cause separation and that he can be a valuable asset to the Redskins or he'll be looking for a new team in 2014 (or possibly sooner).
Worthington Redskins Worthy?
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By the end of the season, the D-line had significant struggles stopping the run and collapsing the pocket.
While I have no expectations that Worthington will fix all of these problems, he has been with the team since 2011 and understands Jim Haslett's schemes. Worthington should provide some depth at the position and can occasionally cause pressure on the opposing quarterback and contain the run.