The Bills have signed former Giants linebacker Keenan Robinson, per NFL Network's Ian Rapoport. Robinson, the former Texas standout, was drafted in the fourth round in 2012 by the Washington Redskins.
Robinson appeared in six games for the Giants last season and in all 16 games during the 2016 season. His season was cut short last season after being placed on the season-ending injured reserve after a quad injury in week nine against the Rams.
In his two seasons in New York, Robinson recorded 72 tackles. The departure of Robinson makes room for the addition of Connor Barwin as he comes from the Rams. The Giants have added Barwin, rookie Lorenzo Carter, and Alec Ogletree to their linebacker core for the upcoming season which allows for the departure of Robinson.