The Miami Dolphins are back to work on Friday, continuing to meet with potential free agent signings. This morning, it is former Minnesota Vikings cornerback Josh Robinson who is in Davie to visit with the team. Robinson, a 2012 third-round pick of the Vikings, could be added to a secondary in which Isa Abdul-Quduus was already added at safety and Byron Maxwell was brought in via trade at cornerback. The Dolphins also released veteran Pro Bowl cornerback Brent Grimes this offseason.
Robinson was selected 66th overall in 2012 out of UCF. A native of Sunrise, Florida, he has played in 47 career games, with 21 starts, for the Vikings. His 2015 season was limited to five regular season games at the end of the year, along with a playoff game, due to a torn pectoral muscle.
Along with Maxwell, the Dolphins currently have Jamar Taylor, Bobby McCain, Tony Lippett, Tyler Patmon, Damarr Aultman, and Chimdi Chekwa at cornerback.