Cowboys Workout Free Safety

The Cowboys, still looking for veteran help at free safety, worked out free agent Damien Robinson for the second time this offseason on Thursday.

Robinson spent the entire 2004 season on injured reserve with the Seattle Seahawks.

Orginally out of Iowa, Robinson joined the Seahawks as an unrestricted free agent before the 2003 season. That year, he played in 15 games, starting four and totaling 30 tackles with one interception.

He was placed on injured reserve (shoulder) before the start of the 2004 season.

Before his time in Seattle, Robinson played for Tampa Bay and the New York Jets. His best year came in 2000 with the Bucs when he recorded 71 tackles and intercepted six passes.

Robinson is a native of Dallas, where he attended Hillcrest High School and was named as one of the top 100 players in the state of Texas as a senior.

Dallas has already signed veteran safety Izell Reese this offseason, however he is only viewed as an insurance policy. Outside of Reese, the Cowboys have only limited help in Keith Davis - who is better suited on special teams, Justin Beriault - a rookie, and veteran Lynn Scott - who has always been thought of as a career second teamer.

The Cowboys also worked out former Falcons safety Cory Hall this offseason, however he was not signed.

Robinson, when healthy, could be a reliable option for the Cowboys considering his greatest asset is ability to cover and move in open space.

He has also reportedly worked out for the Buffalo Bills.

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