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Browns release WR Robiskie

Third-year wide receiver Brian Robiskie has been released by the Browns.
Browns waived wide receiver Brian Robiskie to make room for running back Thomas Clayton.

Simply put, the Ohio State alum (36th overall pick in ’09) belongs in the “bust” category for Browns’ draft blunders.

In six games this season, the former Buckeye tallied only three catches for a total of 25 yards.

The Browns drafted Robiskie, Mohamed Massaquoi (50th), and David Veikune (52nd) ahead of Eagles’ star running back LeSean McCoy (53rd) in 2009.

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3 Responses to “Browns release WR Robiskie”

  1. Dan B. says:

    I wonder where his going to go and flourish as a reciever, was never given any chance here, how many games has he actually been in and how many times thrown to? Like so many others, no opportunity and no chance to prove themselves. If you were going to do this, should have found a recieving replacement before the season started. Way to go Browns, same old crap for us fans to choke down!

  2. Woof says:

    Totally agree. Find it kinda hard to evaluate a wideout when we’ve not had a quarterback that can consistently throw the ball. Also agree about getting a replacement before making a move. At least the Browns could have tried to trade him and get a pick back.

  3. denolakes says:

    Robi will do fine in JAX. They need a receiver and he now has a chance to refresh his career. I wish him the best. For Cleveland, another high-round WR bust, while teams like Pittsburgh find quality starters in later rounds . . .

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