A year ago, running back Khiry Robinson is not concerned that he appears to be the odd man out after the New Orleans Saints invested heavily in fellow backs Mark Ingram and C.J. Spiller, Mike Triplett of ESPN.com reports.
“It’s all good. It’s never low,” said Robinson, who is excited to be back to “100 percent” after an arm injury sidelined him for seven games last year.
“I’m the type of person, I’m gonna get what I get and do what I do with it. So whether it’s 20 carries or one carry, I’m gonna do the best of my ability every play,” said the third-year pro, who cracked the Saints’ roster as an undrafted tryout player out of West Texas A&M in 2013.
“I just gotta keep working,” said Robinson, who needs to keep developing other areas of his game like pass protection and receiving. “It’s all love in the backfield. We all work together, try to help each other. So I think it’s a good thing we’ve got a full backfield again. So if anybody goes down, we’ve got another player right up there to do the same thing.”