Pain a big part of Robinson's game

Updated: February 1, 2014, 7:22 PM ET
By Kate Fagan | espnW.com

NEW YORK -- Two Tylenol.

That's it. That's the only daily weapon Seattle Seahawks fullback Michael Robinson possesses to fight the pain and inflammation caused by playing football. For a guy whose job is to slam into linebackers so they don't slam into his teammates, two Tylenol is the equivalent of wearing flip-flops in the snow.

But the way Robinson and his wife, Shameka, see it, playing in pain is better than not playing at all -- at least for the time being. ...

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