NFL: QB Robinson reluctant to enter Bryant controversy
By HOWARD ULMAN
AP Sports Writer
FOXBOROUGH, Mass. — Zac Robinson has little doubt his most talented target in college will have an outstanding pro career.
After all, Dez Bryant was the second wide receiver taken in this month's draft after a strong career at Oklahoma State.
But Robinson, the quarterback chosen in the seventh round by the New England Patriots, was less forthcoming about Miami Dolphins general manager Jeff Ireland asking Bryant during a predraft interview if his mother ever was a prostitute.
Robinson wouldn't reveal his opinion of the question after his workout Friday on the first day at the Patriots three-day rookie minicamp. But he did say he wasn't asked any unusual questions by pro personnel.