Robinson was acquired by Jacksonville via free agency last off season. The former Dallas Cowboy signed a five-year contract worth up to $32.5 million.
However, a season primarily spent on the injured/reserve list and four concussions later, Robinson is questioning whether or not he wants to return to the turf with the Jags in 2013 -- or with any NFL team at all.
In an interview with NFL Network's Andrea Kremer, Robinson said, “I had great goals and I wanted to prove to everybody that I could play and be a starter from Week One all the way through the season and make big plays for the team. Unfortunately in the third week of the season, I’m out with a concussion, and it just went downhill from there."
That concussion was the second of the year for Robinson as the first came during the first week of training camp while the others followed later in Weeks Four and 11 of the 2012 season.
When asked about the recovery process, Robinson said simply, “It’s just all internal, so people don’t really understand what you’re going through. It’s headache after headache. I can’t deal with the noise, the light....”
Robinson's wife, Kat, also expressed her concern during the interview.
“I’m constantly worried. If he has a headache, I’m worried. Why does he have a headache? If he’s tired, why is he tired? I’m trying to understand it, but at the same time, I’m worried everyday that it’s going to affect our future.”
For now, Robinson's future in the National Football League is undetermined despite his determination to get back on the field and the full support of his wife once he (Robinson) is medically cleared to play.