Las Vegas Raiders sign WR Demarcus Robinson one a one-year deal
Joining the Silver & Black, the Las Vegas Raiders sign WR Demarcus Robinson, a six-year veteran from the Kansas City Chiefs who was part of the Super Bowl LIV winning team. Following the signing of Davante Adams, the Raiders have bolstered their receiving corps with veteran talent and experience.
The Las Vegas Raiders sign WR Demarcus Robinson following an announcement on Tuesday. The 6’1, 202-pound wide receiver spent his six seasons all with the Chiefs and appeared in the postseason the same number of times. Originally drafted by the Chiefs as the 126th overall pick in the fourth round of the 2016 NFL Draft, Robinson played in 97 games and started in 41.
In his career, the 27-year-old wideout recorded 1,679 yards on 145 receptions and 14 touchdowns. His career highs came in 2020 where he recorded 466 receiving yards in just nine starts. In his postseason career of 13 games, Robinson has 220 yard on 14 receptions, with one touchdown.
Robinson joins his division rivals and becomes a reliable option to the Silver & Black while boosting an already beefed up core with Bryan Edwards, DeSean Jackson, Tyron Johnson, Hunter Renfrow, Dillon Stoner, DJ Turner, and the newly signed superstar, Davante Adams. This offseason just keeps getting better and better.