NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- He's the judge on one-on-one battles that earn the offense or defense a  practice championship belt.

Wednesday he played a role in breaking up a fight.

And Thursday, he stood between blocking dummies and held aloft two taped up tennis rackets to make things harded on Marcus Mariota and the quarterbacks during 7-on-7 drills that don't include any linemen.

Mike Mularkey is not at all put off by the GM's practice involvement. The blocking dummies and tennis rackets idea came from Robinson and it made sense for him to be involved. Here is Robinson on such practice involvement.

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