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March 19, 2013

Cowboys to do homework on Laurent Robinson injuries before considering a return to Dallas

Wide receiver Laurent Robinson's release from Jacksonville after one year has prompted questions about him returning to the Cowboys.
Robinson caught 54 passes for 858 yards and 11 touchdowns with Cowboys in 2011 before parlaying it into a five-year, $32.5 million contract with the Jaguars.
However, he caught only 24 passes for 252 yards in Jacksonville as he missed nine games due to four concussions and an ankle injury.
Vice-president Stephen Jones said the Cowboys liked Robinson and wanted to keep him last year. He said they will look undoubtedly into his injury situation and see how best to proceed.
"You dont ever rule out getting better," Jones said. "Obviously he played lights out and we tried to sign him last year and his price got more than we could handle under our cap. But obviously things change from year-to-year. We got to look at the big picture with Laurent. He had some injuries that we're going to be doing our homework on and be going from there."
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