FLOWERY BRANCH, GA - Dunta Robinson's second year with Atlanta is much like his first.
The $22 million cornerback has earned more notoriety for his physical style of play than his coverage skills. Though he doesn't mind having a tough image, Robinson would appreciate a few more interceptions.
He has no picks this season and just one in 23 games with the Falcons, including last season's playoff loss to Green Bay.
When Robinson signed a six-year free-agent contract with Atlanta in March 2010, the Falcons introduced him as the shut-down cornerback they desperately lacked in the secondary.
Many fans might have expected more interceptions for such a high-priced player, but coach Mike Smith says Robinson "has been an integral part of what we're trying to do" and "fits very well into our scheme."