Call him "Mr. Irrelevant"

Detroit Lions cornerback Ramzee Robinson didn't like being the 255th -- and last pick -- in April's NFL draft. But for being the last pick, he was flown to southern California and feted for five days.
June 24, 2007

Former Tider Gets Lucky

Former Alabama defensive Ramzee Robinson will soon find out what it's like being Paris Hilton, when he is celebrated for no real reason at all in California next week.
June 13, 2007

Football Fight: Left Cornerback

And in this corner, the lone remaining starter from the 2005 Alabama secondary, RAM-ZAAAAAAY Robinson. That might be the way longtime boxing announcer Don Dumphy would proclaim it. The Crimson Tide's returning starter at left cornerback is one of the few Bama players who is receiving much mention for all-star accolades.
August 2, 2006

Media Picks Auburn in a Landslide

Alabama is predicted to finish third in the Southeastern Conference Western Division, and just one Crimson Tide player was considered worthy of first-team all-conference honors in the voting by media at SEC Media Days in Hoover this week.
July 28, 2006

Audio: 90 Seconds with Bino

Ramzee Robinson spent a couple of hours talking to reporters of all varieties on Wednesday at Southeastern Conference Media Days. The audio below contain Bino's words, boiled down to the best 90 seconds.
July 27, 2006

A Finger for Auburn?

Ramzee Robinson's a media guy. He's always got something to say, and on Wednesday he ratcheted up the never-ending back-and-forth between the Crimson Tide and in-state rival Auburn. He had a message for the "Fear the Thumb" braggadocio that has come since Auburn beat Alabama in November.
July 26, 2006

X and O and More

Kenneth Darby and Ramzee Robinson will be Alabama player representatives when the Southeastern Conference has its Media Days at the Wynfrey Hotel in the Birmingham suburb of Hoover this week. The event has a reputation for not often delivering real news, but it does signal the fast approach to fall football practice.
July 22, 2006

Bino On Bama

Coaches are well-known for saying they don't read newspapers, etc. But write something a coach doesn't agree with and discover that somehow he did read that one thing. Players, on the other hand, admit they notice what others are saying about them.
July 11, 2006