Innocent plea for Robbins

According to an Associated Press report, former Oakland Raiders center Barret Robbins has a written innocent plea entered for him on three counts of attempted felony murder, almost four weeks after he was shot in a furious struggle with three police officers investigating a burglary call.

The AP also added that Robbins, who is a former Pro Bowl center, was set for arraignment Wednesday but according to Miami-Dade jail spokeswoman Janelle Hall, Robbins remains in the hospital jail ward but could not elaborate on his current condition.

Robbins, 31, was shot in the chest Jan. 15 after growling, snarling and laughing at three officers as he beat them up, according to the police report. Robbins beat one officer to the floor, picked another one up and slammed him into a wall and rammed the third officer's head into the wall, police said.

The Raiders cut him last July, two days before the start of training camp.


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