By Michael Griggs
Patrick Robinson, 33, began his career as the Saints’ first-round draft pick in 2010 and won a Super Bowl with the Eagles in his career-best season in 2017.
He also spent time with the Chargers and Colts between his two stints in New Orleans.
Robinson was actually a lead contender to be the Saints’ starting No. 2 cornerback this year after the team released veteran Janoris Jenkins during the offseason.
And coach Sean Payton acknowledged that he didn’t see Robinson’s decision coming before they talked for about 30 minutes yesterday.
The pick-6 #EaglesEverywhere will never forget.
Congrats on a great career, @PatRobinson25!#FlyEaglesFly pic.twitter.com/mTR125RZMu
— Philadelphia Eagles (@Eagles) August 10, 2021