Joining Rams on three-year deal
Robinson is signing a three-year contract with the Rams, Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reports.
Pelissero's initial report puts the deal at $46.5 million -- a $15.5 average annual value -- with nearly two-thirds of the money guaranteed at signing ($30.7 million). Robinson may have had offers with larger AAVs from other teams, but the reigning champs enticed him with the chance to play for a ring as well as the strong contract guarantees. Plus, he'll work with an above-average starting QB for the first time in his career, though this does mean Robinson will be the second or third receiving option, behind Cooper Kupp and possibly Robert Woods (knee). Of course, Woods is no lock to be ready for Week 1, and this deal might also shut the door on Odell Beckham (knee) returning to Los Angeles. Robinson turns 29 in August, and he had back-to-back seasons with over 1,100 yards before crashing in 2021 with 410 yards in 12 games.
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