While there has been some conjecture that the Seahawks might be interested in bringing back Michael Robinson, who was a surprise cut when the rosters were pared to 53, it appears Robinson is exploring other options.
Robinson, Seattle’s starting fullback the last three years, is reported to be visiting Tennessee tomorrow, according to Ian Rapaport of NFL.com.
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) September 6, 2013
The report was also confirmed by Titans beat writer Jim Wyatt:
Former Seahawks FB Michael Robinson is scheduled to visit the #Titans on Friday, source confirms. He's a 7-year veteran
— Jim Wyatt (@jwyattsports) September 6, 2013
Robinson had intriguingly Tweeted earlier in the day about having another door opening:
God is AWESOME! One door closes as another opens up. Adversity is His way of revealing ur character to urself! #alwaysbelieve
— Michael Robinson (@RealMikeRob) September 5, 2013
If Robinson were to sign with Tennessee, then a return to Seattle would be in the offing as the Titans will play the Seahawks at CenturyLink Field on Oct. 13.
Robinson was released last Friday when the Seahawks began cutting the roster from 75 to 53. He had missed the last two games with a virus and his release also saved the Seahawks some money as he was due to make $2.5 million this year. Fullback will instead be played by second-year player Derrick Coleman and rookie Spencer Ware.