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Topic - Keenan Robinson
30 Questions: The Mike inside linebacker job is open after the retirement of London Fletcher. Who has the inside track to be the starter.
Keenan Robinson will enter training camp as one of the Redskins' two starting inside linebackers. But that doesn't necessarily mean he'll be there Week 1.
With the retirement of linebacker London Fletcher, the Redskins need a player on the inside to take over next to the established Perry Riley, Jr. But torn pectoral muscles cut Robinson's rookie season short and ended last year's before it began. Now, he's working with the starting unit in offseason practices.
Redskins linebacker Keenan Robinson, healthy after missing more than a year, is eying a starting job.
While jobs won't necessarily be at stake as OTAs get underway at Redskins Park, we'll get an idea of where potential position battles stand ahead of training camp later this summer
For years London Fletcher served as the anchor of the Redskins defense. With Fletcher retired, the Redskins now must rely on Perry Riley and Keenan Robinson in the middle. Is that enough?
Draft board: The Redskins need a replacement for London Fletcher. Can the find him in the draft?
20 questions: The Redskins have a hole in the middle of the defense with the retirement of London Fletcher. Who will fill it? Tandler and Tarik take a look.
The best way to fill holes in the NFL is to promote from within. Do the Redskins have a chance to do that with a couple of his recent draft picks?
Ben Roethlisberger wouldn't even entertain the possibility of a Washington Redskins defense without London Fletcher, who has played 231 straight games.
To come so close and end up just short in the national championship game is heartbreaking. Washington Redskins linebacker Keenan Robinson knows the feeling all too well.
"It's what I did whenever I was healthy, because I was running with the [second string] behind London," Robinson said of calling plays. "I'm used to it. It's the same defense, same calls."
"It's almost June right now [so] I've got another two months before we put the pads on and test it out," he said. "It's only going to get better and I think that once we get to hitting, I'll be fine."