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Dunta writes "Pay Me, Rick" on his shoes


Pro Football Talk - Houston cornerback Dunta Robinson still wants a new contract from the team.

Robinson held out until last week, finally signing his one-year franchise tender in order to play in Week One against the Jets.

He'll make close to $10 million this season, but had a message for Texans general manager Rick Smith on the field.

Robinson wrote "Pay me, Rick," on his shoes, according to Richard Justice of the Houston Chronicle.

After the game, the cornerback laughed off the gesture.

"It's just a reminder that this is what we're here for," Robinson said. "It's to get paid."

 

Via realgm.com

 

well dunta, not really the right idea as to why some people play football, but we need you man!

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