ST. LOUIS (AP) - Greg Robinson didn't stay put the month after the St. Louis Rams had minicamps in mid-June.
Wherever he was, the second overall pick of the draft was getting prepared for training camp.
The 6-foot-5, 332-pound Robinson was a key component in Auburn's national runner-up season at left tackle and figures to be immediate help at guard for the Rams (7-9).
After OTAs ended in mid-June, Robinson worked out a bit at home in Thibodaux, La. He spent time at Bo Jackson's Nike camp at the University of Oregon, worked out with a trainer in Miami and learned from former Redskins Pro Bowl tackle Trent Williams in Houston.
All of the stops were beneficial he said on Wednesday.
Rams rookies worked out indoors for a second consecutive day, saving the team's outdoor fields for the first full-squad workout on Friday afternoon.
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