Grievance Reportedly Filed Against Vikings on K. Robinson's Behalf

The NFL Players Association reportedly has filed a grievance against the Minnesota Vikings on behalf of wide receiver Koren Robinson.

The grievance was filed late last month, the St. Paul Pioneer Press reported.

The Vikings released Robinson, now with the Green Bay Packers, after he was charged with drunk driving and felony fleeing from police during training camp. The grievance maintains that the Vikings violated the collective bargaining agreement by releasing Robinson as a punitive measure and the team should be forced to pay him a portion of the three-year, $12.7 million contract he signed during the offseason.

By Mark Maske |  October 6, 2006; 10:13 AM ET  | Category:  Vikings
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