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Mon, 15 Jun 2009 06:53:00 -0700
ESPN.com reports former NFL C Barret Robbins said during a television interview that he blames himself for the Oakland Raiders' loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in Super Bowl XXXVII. Robbins said he was responsible for the pass-protection calls and also was key for the team's running attack. "I felt that if I had played that game, we had a lot better chance to win. I felt we would have been able to win that game. It was an extremely exhausting event and put me down as far as I probably ever had to go at that point in my life." Robbins is in a halfway house following court-mandated drug rehabilitation.
Mon, 21 Aug 2006 11:48:00 -0700
The Associated Press reports former NFL OC Barret Robbins will serve five year's probation for a police brawl in Miami in 2005. Robbins was also ordered to continue treatment for bipolar disorder under the plea agreement and must avoid alcohol while on probation. Robbins was judged guilty of five charges, including attempted murder and battery, and the remaining charges were dropped.
Fri, 23 Sep 2005 08:15:33 -0700
The Associated Press reports former Oakland Raiders C Barret Robbins will be held without bond until his trial sometime next year on attempted murder and other charges stemming from a January brawl with police, a judge ordered Friday, Sept. 23. Miami-Dade Circuit Judge Kevin Emas revoked the current bond Robbins was free on. Emas ordered Robbins held in a special psychiatric wing of the Miami-Dade County jail "until the case is resolved." No trial date has been set. Edward O'Donnell, Robbins' lawyer, had asked the judge to give Robbins another chance and insisted that a network of family in Texas would keep Robbins on his medication and out of trouble.
Thu, 08 Sep 2005 05:56:14 -0700
The Associated Press reports a judge ordered former Oakland Raiders C Barret Robbins jailed for at least two weeks Wednesday, Sept. 7, because he possessed marijuana while awaiting trial on attempted murder charges stemming from a brawl with police.
Tue, 23 Aug 2005 22:11:35 -0700
The Associated Press reports a Florida judge revoked bail Tuesday, Aug. 23, for former Oakland Raiders C Barret Robbins on charges of attempted murder stemming from a brawl with police officers because of his recent arrest in Texas on a drug charge. Robbins, who was shot by Miami Beach officers during the January fight, has been in a Houston psychiatric hospital since his arrest Aug. 13 in San Antonio on a marijuana possession charge. Robbins suffers from bipolar disorder and it remains unclear when he will be fit to return to Florida. Miami-Dade Circuit Judge Kevin Emas revoked the $51,000 bond that Robbins posted in the Florida case, but Robbins attorney, Edward O'Donnell, said his client "is in a lockdown situation" and cannot travel immediately. "He's not fit to be discharged," O'Donnell said. Emas says she wants answers as soon as possible. "I want to know, when can he surrender in court? I need him in front of me," the judge said. O'Donnell said he would give the judge a date for Robbins to return after conferring with his Texas doctors.
Thu, 18 Aug 2005 15:41:53 -0700
The Associated Press reports a prosecutor in Florida asked a judge Thursday, Aug. 18, to revoke bail for former NFL OL Barret Robbins following his arrest in Texas on a marijuana possession charge. Robbins is free on $51,000 bond on attempted murder charges stemming from a fight with Miami Beach police officers in January in which he was shot twice in the chest.
Sun, 14 Aug 2005 11:05:43 -0700
The Associated Press reports police said Sunday, Aug. 14, that former NFL OL Barret Robbins, awaiting trial on attempted murder charges stemming from a fight with Florida police, was arrested without incident in San Antonio on a marijuana possession charge. Robbins, who played at 380 pounds, was listed by San Antonio police as 6-4 and 315 pounds.
Wed, 06 Apr 2005 16:53:55 -0700
ESPN.com reports former Oakland Raiders C Barret Robbins (gun shot wound) is scheduled to be released from the hospital Friday, April 8. He has been there since Jan. 15, when he was in an altercation with three police officers. Robbins is expected to enter an alcohol and drug rehab facility in Texas, which specializes in patients with bipolar disorder. He is being charged with three counts of attempted felony murder. Robbins has been granted bond, which is contingent on him entering the treatment program and successfully completing it. If he fails to, he will be returned to police custody.
Wed, 09 Feb 2005 10:47:40 -0800
Updating previous reports, the Associated Press reports former Oakland Raiders C Barret Robbins entered an innocent plea on three counts of attempted felony murder. Robbins was scheduled to be arraigned Wednesday, Feb. 9. Robbins remains in the hospital jail ward, according to a jail spokesman, but his condition was not released. As reported, Robbins was shot in the chest during a struggle with police, who were investigating a burglary call last month.
Wed, 19 Jan 2005 12:07:58 -0800
Updating previous reports, Catherine Wilson, of the Associated Press, reports former Oakland Raiders C Barret Robbins was charged with three counts of attempted murder, less than a week after being shot during a struggle with police investigating a burglary in progress. Robbins also was charged with two felony counts of attempting to deprive an officer of his weapon and two felony counts of resisting an officer with violence and misdemeanor trespassing. An arraignment is set for Feb. 9.
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