When Did Zac Robinson Retire From Playing?
Zac Robinson’s last season as a professional player in the NFL was in the 2013 season. He last played for the Bengals before he finally retired in 2013.
As a result of an elbow injury suffered immediately before training camp in 2013, he was placed on the injured reserve list prior to the 2013 season. His season came to an end on December 10 when the Bengals placed him on the physically unable to perform list rather than activating him.
The Bengals will save $570,000 in cap space as a result of Robinson’s release in 2014. He is the second player the Bengals have released in the last seven days. Scott Wedige, a center with the practice squad, was released.
Currently, Zachary Ross Robinson is the assistant quarterback’s coach for the Los Angeles Rams of the National Football League, where he has worked since 2019.
Robinson attended Chatfield Senior High School in Littleton, Colorado, where he excelled as a football player, playing a variety of positions on the offense. Robinson passed for 1475 yards and 15 touchdowns while also throwing six interceptions as a senior.
He also ran for 1,078 yards and eight touchdowns on the ground while catching 39 catches for 850 yards and 11 scores that season.