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Old 07-22-2004   #16
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No worries Ibar Harry. You won't hear mention of many top draft picks actually signing a contract till 2 or 3 days befor camp starts for their perspective teams. It's just how the business works in the NFL. Agents try and wait as long as possible without holding out before having their client sign on the dotted line. They do it in hopes it might entice a team to fork over extra incentives to get the contract done sooner. If you were a Giants or Chargers fan then you might have a little more to worry about. Especially the Giants considering they get allotted 4th pick money for the guy taken 1st overall. There are usually a few holdouts from the first week of camp, but I don't anticipate Robinson being one of them. However, if it eases your concern, even if Dunta Robinson and the Texans cannot reach an agreement by camp that still doesnt mean he will hold out. Again that is highly unlikely. Just wait till around July 26th or 27th and you'll see Robinson's name next to many other top round picks reaching an agreement with their perspective teams.
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