Browns Put DL Mosley in IR; Sign DL Derreck Robinson

The Browns today placed defensive lineman C.J. Mosley on injured reserve, the team announced. In addition, the club signed free agent defensive lineman Derreck Robinson.

Mosley appeared in 12 games with one start this season, recording 18 tackles.

Originally signed as an undrafted free agent by San Diego on April 29, 2005, Robinson appeared in 16 games with the Chargers from 2005-06 and in six games with Miami in 2007. He saw his most extensive action in 2006, when he played in 14 games, recording 14 tackles, 1.5 sacks and three passes defensed. Robinson was out of football in 2008 and was waived by Dallas on September 5, 2009.

A three-year letterman at Iowa (2002-04), Robinson registered 76 tackles and four sacks during his collegiate career. He set career-highs with 47 tackles, two sacks, three passes defensed, two forced fumbles and two fumble recoveries as a senior. The 6-4, 295-pounder was born on March 3, 1982 and attended DeLaSalle High School in Minneapolis, Minn.

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3 Responses to “Browns Put DL Mosley in IR; Sign DL Derreck Robinson”

  1. Denolakes says:

    An awful lot of injuries on a team where complaints have been made throughout the season by the players regarding practices.

  2. pyelor says:

    What’s odd about these injuries is that, aside from a couple of “practice-related” injuries, most have been serious injuries coming in games and not the typical nagging injuries you’d expect from being overworked like hamstrings, ankles, shoulders, etc. However, many of them have come late in games when players are most tired. Could this be telling?

  3. Dan says:

    They’re all embarrassed. Ashamed to play football. That was all that was wrong with Lewis. He is retiring so he doesn’t have to do anymore than neccessary. Am I the only one who sees that no one wants to play in Cleveland now?
    Everyone, including players, have been talking about Mangini’s tough workout regimine. I have been talking about the strength coach and the workouts for 3 years now. The players obviously don’t do their share of staying in shape during the off season. Way too many injuries starting in training camp and during the season.
    They need to do something really decent with this draft. Personally, I don’t see it happening. Look what they’ve done in the last 11 years. I’m looking to the basement again next year.

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