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Interview with Former New Orleans Saints RB Khiry Robinson

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Hear about the journey this athlete from Midland, TX took have a career in the NFL For the New Orleans Saints Football team. Then being awarded the game ball by Drew Brees for an outstanding game.

The New Orleans Saints signed Robinson as an undrafted free agent on May 13, 2013 on a tryout basis, and he survived training camp to make the team. Robinson ran for 224 yards in 10 regular season games, and had a key role in the Saints' first-round playoff win over the Philadelphia Eagles.

In 2014, Robinson was again part of the Saints' corps of running backs. When Mark Ingram suffered a broken hand in Week 2, Robinson's role increased. In a Week 5 overtime game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, he finished the game with a well-executed 18-yard run for a touchdown that won the game 37–31.

In 2015, Robinson continued to be a part of the Saints' running back line up. In the Week 8 victory over the New York Giants, Khiry's season came to an end when he suffered a tibia fracture and was placed on injured reserve. He ended the season with 56 carries for 180 yards and four touchdowns.

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