Cornerback Josh Robinson signed a one-year deal with the Buccaneers on Monday. Robinson played four seasons with the Minnesota Vikings, before visiting the Miami Dolphins and ultimately signing with Tampa. The former Viking corner, played just five games in 2015, due to a partially torn pectoral muscle. Robinson was selected in the third round in 2012, by the Vikings and started six games his rookie season, and had two interceptions and three pass defends. The Vikings loved Robinson’s speed but felt he lacked in durability. Hopefully, Tampa can instill some physical toughness into the young man, and he becomes a large part of the secondary in 2016.