Brian Robison knows he can outperform Ray Edwards

Vikings defensive end Brian Robison is on mission to prove he's more than a pass-rusher. And while he's doing so he wants to make sure everyone forgets about Ray Edwards - the man he replaced.
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Vikings defensive end Brian Robison is on mission to prove he's more than a pass-rusher. And while he's doing so he wants to make sure everyone forgets about Ray Edwards - the man he replaced.

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