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Fred Robbins

Position: Defensive Tackle Born: 03/25/1977
Height: 6-4 Weight: 317
Team: St. Louis Rams Rookie Yr:
Status: Active College: Wake Forest
AWARDS
No

2003 - Present TOTALS
YR TM GP SOLO ASST TOT SACK INT FF SFTY TD FPT
2003NYG14217282000028.50
2004NYG14309395120054.50
2005NYG10179262000025.50
2006NYG163014444200053.00
2007STL163111426000045.50
2008STL12256315000038.00
2009STL12214252000027.00
2010STL13262286010042.00
2011STL14218291000027.00

Fred Robbins in the news
Giants | Robbins will play Saturday :: Sat Aug 22, 2009 5:15 pm
Ralph Vacchiano, of the New York Daily News, reports New York Giants DT Fred Robbins (knee) will see some playing time during the team's preseason game Saturday, Aug. 22.
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Giants | Robbins may be released :: Sun Mar 01, 2009 11:28 pm
Ralph Vacchiano, of the New York Daily News, reports the New York Giants may release DT Fred Robbins, according to league sources.
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Giants | Robbins injured Sunday :: Sun Feb 03, 2008 10:37 pm
New York Giants DT Fred Robbins (undisclosed) suffered an undisclosed injury during Super Bowl XLII Sunday, Feb. 3. Trainers looked at his right leg on the field. He was able to get up and walk off under his own power.
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Robbins steps up for Giants :: Sun Dec 03, 2006 11:19 pm
In a different year, New York Giants tackle Fred Robbins might be overlooked, playing on a line with two Pro Bowl defensive ends. Not this season, considering the way Robbins has played with Michael Strahan and Osi Umenyiora sidelined because of injuries. He leads the Giants (6-5) in sacks (5.5), quarterback hurries (28) and QB hits (14). Remarkably, he also is tied with cornerbacks Sam Madison and R.W. McQuarters for the team lead with two interceptions. "All he does is go out every week and just make plays," said Madison. "He doesn't talk a lot. He doesn't brag or boast a lot. He just goes out and plays football," Madison said. "The majority of times when you come in on the (defensive) meetings, you never hear the coach say anything bad about him. All you hear is: 'Fred: Good job, keep it up.' He is constantly making plays."
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Seawright to earn starting job? :: Wed Aug 16, 2006 12:30 am
The Giants' problem in stopping the running game up the middle was highlighted against the Ravens in their first preseason game, and it was bad enough for coach Tom Coughlin to consider changes in the starting tackles. Currently they are William Joseph and Fred Robbins, but Jonas Seawright, Damane Duckett and rookie Barry Cofield might be worked in during the week and could even start.
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Robbins to earn starting job? :: Wed Aug 16, 2006 12:30 am
The Giants' problem in stopping the running game up the middle was highlighted against the Ravens in their first preseason game, and it was bad enough for coach Tom Coughlin to consider changes in the starting tackles. Currently they are William Joseph and Fred Robbins, but Jonas Seawright, Damane Duckett and rookie Barry Cofield might be worked in during the week and could even start.
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Cofield to earn starting job? :: Wed Aug 16, 2006 12:30 am
The Giants' problem in stopping the running game up the middle was highlighted against the Ravens in their first preseason game, and it was bad enough for coach Tom Coughlin to consider changes in the starting tackles. Currently they are William Joseph and Fred Robbins, but Jonas Seawright, Damane Duckett and rookie Barry Cofield might be worked in during the week and could even start.
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Joseph to lose starting job? :: Wed Aug 16, 2006 12:30 am
The Giants' problem in stopping the running game up the middle was highlighted against the Ravens in their first preseason game, and it was bad enough for coach Tom Coughlin to consider changes in the starting tackles. Currently they are William Joseph and Fred Robbins, but Jonas Seawright, Damane Duckett and rookie Barry Cofield might be worked in during the week and could even start.
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W. Joseph leading DT race :: Tue Aug 08, 2006 11:08 am
No competition on the Giants roster is more undecided then the identities of the two starting defensive tackles. At the moment that pair is William Joseph and Fred Robbins, but Jonas Seawright is regaining the head of steam that put him in one of the two starting spots before camp opened. Rookie Barry Cofield (6-4, 305) has impressed the coaches as well, while Damane Duckett and a few undrafted rookie free agents appear to be losing their battle to stay in the race.
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F. Robbins leading DT race :: Tue Aug 08, 2006 11:08 am
No competition on the Giants roster is more undecided then the identities of the two starting defensive tackles. At the moment that pair is William Joseph and Fred Robbins, but Jonas Seawright is regaining the head of steam that put him in one of the two starting spots before camp opened. Rookie Barry Cofield (6-4, 305) has impressed the coaches as well, while Damane Duckett and a few undrafted rookie free agents appear to be losing their battle to stay in the race.
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