Patrick Robinson returns to Saints with 4-year deal

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Suffice to say, he outplayed the contract and became a key cog at cornerback for the Eagles defense throughout a Super Bowl-winning season.

According to ESPN, the four-year deal includes a $5 million signing bonus, $10 million in guaranteed money and could be worth up to $20 million over the life of the deal.

Robinson, 30, first joined the Saints in 2010 as a first-round pick out of Florida State and spent the first five seasons of his career in New Orleans (2010-14).

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Robinson had one of his best seasons yet in 2017, recording four interceptions and 18 passes defended.

The transaction came by surprise, considering that the Super Bowl champion Philadelphia Eagles were working towards a new contract for the veteran defensive back. If he were to sign with the Pats, then Eric Rowe would presumably be pegged as the No. 2 outside corner next to Stephon Gilmore with Robinson manning the inside.

The questions now is whether any of them can cover slot receivers as reliably as Robinson.

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Entering the free agency period, the Eagles made it clear that cornerback Patrick Robinson was a player they wanted to bring back.

In New Orleans, Robinson can still compete for a title with a team that has a legitimate shot to contend.

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