The Redskins have locked up wide receiver Aldrick Robinson for another year, signing him to a one-year contract, according to Brian McIntyre (via Twitter). Because Robinson had fewer than three accrued NFL seasons, he was an exclusive rights free agent, meaning he couldn’t sign with any team except the Redskins.
Robinson, 25, caught 18 passes for 365 yards and added a pair of touchdowns as a situational deep threat in Washington during the 2013 season. He saw his most significant action during Week 17, when he was targeted 11 times by Kirk Cousins, though he only hauled in three of those balls. Overall, 27 of Robinson’s 46 targets came during the last four weeks of the season.
Robinson’s deal will pay him $570K, the minimum salary for a player with his NFL experience.