Cornerback Dunta Robinson will report to the Texans for a physical and conditioning tests and could be on the practice field Sunday morning. "I've been working hard, and Im ready to go," Robinson said. "I dont know what theyll have me do tomorrow, but I think they will mostly look to see where Im at physically. "But I'll be on the field for the next practice." If he passes the physical, Robinson's first practice is likely to be Tuesday. The Texans, who finished the preseason at Tampa on Friday, are scheduled for a workout Sunday morning and will be off on Monday. Robinson, a free agent designated a franchise player by the team, and the Texans were unable to come to an agreement on a long-term deal. He will now sign a one-year contract for $9.957 million, which is the average of the top five cornerback salaries in the NFL. Robinson held out hope that the Texans would agree not to place the franchise tag on him again next season, but the organization would not agree to do so. "There is no ill will on either side," Robinson said. "They did what they thought was best for them and I did what I thought was best for me. When two sides don't come to an agreement, that's business, and just business. Now it's time to move on and go win football games."