Grievance Seems Possible in K. Robinson Case

The Koren Robinson case seemingly could be headed to a grievance procedure.

The Minnesota Vikings released the wide receiver over the weekend on the heels of Robinson being arrested on drunk-driving and fleeing-from-police charges during training camp.

Under the terms of the NFL's collective bargaining agreement, however, players can be released only for performance-related issues.

If a grievance is filed, it would be filed by the players' union on Robinson's behalf.

By Mark Maske |  August 27, 2006; 9:33 PM ET  | Category:  Vikings
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