Kansas City Chiefs

December 26, 2013 5:06 PM

Chiefs’ Dunta Robinson sees room to improve but happy to be back on field

Since going to the bench in October for rookie cornerback Marcus Cooper, it had been a little over two months since veteran cornerback Dunta Robinson saw as much meaningful action as he did against the Colts. And while the loss Sunday clearly irked him, Chiefs coach Andy Reid said Robinson did a nice job as he logged 41 plays in his return to the starting nickel position.

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