Patrick Robinson Net Worth

Patrick Robinson is a former football cornerback from America. He played college football at Florida State. Also, he was drafted by the Saints in the first round of the 2010 NFL Draft. Aside from that, Patrick Robinson has played for the Indianapolis Colts, San Diego Chargers, and Philadelphia Eagles.

What is Patrick Robinson’s net worth?

According to research, Patrick Robinson’s Net Worth is about $14.8 million, per sports salary. We get information that Patrick Robinson’s career earnings in the National Football League (NFL) over his 11-year career is about $30,857,459 dollars. Here is detail of the Patrick Robinson’s contract earnings:

    • New Orleans Saints: $22,024,499 (eight years)
    • Los Angeles Chargers: $2,057,960 (one year)
    • Indianapolis Colts: $6 million (one year)
    • Philadelphia Eagles: $775,000 (one year)

Patrick Robinson Net Worth

Patrick Robinson’s 11-year NFL career

Patrick Robinson reached his success in the eight seasons, he played with the Saints. But, his time with the Philadelphia Eagles may be the most memorable, when he help in the Eagles’ Super Bowl upset win over the New England Patriots. During his only season with the Philadelphia Eagles, he registered 47 total tackles, 4 interceptions, 18 pass breakups, 3 tackles for loss and one sack. Also, Patrick Robinson show in three playoff games for the Philadelphia Eagles in the year of 2017. He recorded registered one interception, 5 tackles, and a defensive touchdown.

Patrick Robinson put an end to his NFL career with 338 total tackles, 16 interceptions, 83 pass breakups, 14 tackles for loss, two forced fumbles, two sacks, one fumble recovery, and a defensive touchdown. His retirement was not able to put more pressure on the New Orleans Saints. The team requires more depth in their secondary. Now, that need has become more significant. The Saints are starting this season with a new face behind the center at quarterback for the first time in 20 years.

We get information that Marshon Lattimore potentially could face a suspension. Also, the upcoming season could be his last year with the Saints. New Orleans have to deal with Michael Thomas. Patrick Robinson’s retirement is only a little issue that the New Orleans Saints have faced this season. Even, it does not account for the loss of future Hall of Fame quarterback Drew Brees who retired this season.

College Career

From 2006 to 2009, Patrick Robinson attended Florida State University. As a new student in 2006, Patrick Robinson played in 12 of 13 games. He recorded 11 tackles. Also, Patrick Robinson blocked a PAT effort that was returned for a touchdown by Tony Carter, creating it first time in University history blocked PAT had been returned for a touchdown. As a sophomore in the year of 2007, Patrick Robinson started five of 12 games. He recorded 27 tackles and a team leading 6 interceptions. During the season, Patrick Robinson set the University record for consecutive games with an interception with five. As a junior in the year of 2008, Patrick Robinson started eight of 13 games. He recorded one interception and 26 tackles. In the year of 2009, as a senior, Patrick Robinson recorded 46 tackles.

In 2007, Patrick Robinson also ran track at Florida State. Patrick Robinson scored points at the ACC meet by running a 7th place 22.16 in the finals of the 200m. Patrick Robinson noted a collegiate-best of 22.06 seconds during the prelims.

Professional career

Coming out of Florida State, Patrick Robinson was admitted as one of the top best cornerbacks in the draft. Patrick Robinson was invited to the NFL Combine and completed almost every workout and drill, however selected not to run the shuttle. After his combine performance, the analysts and scouts calculated him to be a first or second round pick. Based on the research, DraftScout ranked him the6th best cornerback in the draft. Patrick Robinson participated at Florida State’s Pro Day and ran the shuttle, three-cone drill. He selected to try to defeat his combine numbers in the 40, 20, and 10-yard dash.

Philadelphia Eagles signed Patrick Robinson

Philadelphia Eagles

Philadelphia Eagles signed Patrick Robinson to a one-year, $775,000 contract on March 28, 2017. A head coach Doug Pederson called Patrick Robinson the third cornerback on the Eagles’ depth chart to start the season, behind Jalen and Ronald.

Patrick Robinson created his Eagles debut in the season-opener against the Washington Redskins. He recorded 4 solo tackles in the 30–17 victory. On September, 2017, Patrick Robinson could get his first start of the season. He recorded 5 solo tackles, 3 pass deflections, and intercepted a pass effort by New York Giants’ quarterback Eli Manning during a 27–24 triumph. In Week 6, he became the Eagles’ starting nickelback. Overall, in the 2017 season, Patrick Robinson finished with 45 total tackles and 4 interceptions.

The Philadelphia Eagles finished with a 13–3 record in the year of 2017 and made the playoffs. In the Divisional Round against the Atlanta Falcons, the Philadelphia Eagles won 15–10. In the National Football Conference Championship against the Minnesota Vikings, Patrick Robinson could record a 50-yard interception return for a touchdown in the first quarter of the 38–7 triumph. Patrick Robinson won his first Super Bowl when the Eagles defeated the New England Patriots 41–33 in Super Bowl LII. Also, Patrick Robinson could record 3 tackles in the game and defeated Tom Brady’s Hail Mary pass to end the game.

New Orleans Saints (Second stint)

On March 14, 2018, Patrick Robinson signed a four-year, $20 million contract with the Saints. On September 25, 2018, eventually Patrick Robinson was placed on the reserve after he was suffering a broken ankle in Week 3. Later, on December 12, 2020, Patrick Robinson was placed on injured reserve. On January 9, 2021, he was activated. Eventually, Patrick Robinson announced his retirement from the NFL on August 10, 2021.

The Saints was shock when Patrick Robinson announced his retirement. Patrick Robinson played 11 years in the NFL, and he won a Super Bowl championship with the Philadelphia Eagles. He spent 8 years with the Saints on two separate stints.