Robinson was then taken into custody because of a warrant in
Blue Earth County for a previous traffic violation. He was released
a short time later, after his attorney went to a bank to withdraw
$1,000 to post bond.
The more serious charges came when Robinson was with the
Minnesota Vikings. His car topped 100 mph as police chased him from
St. Peter to the Vikings' training camp headquarters in Mankato on
Aug. 15. Police say Robinson's blood-alcohol content was 0.11
percent, well above the legal limit of 0.08.
The Vikings cut Robinson, and he signed with the Packers in
September. He said Monday he planned to play Sunday against Miami.
This month, Robinson was sentenced to three months in jail for
violating probation on a separate drunken-driving case in Kirkland,
Wash., last year. He plans to serve the sentence after the season.
He could face a one-year suspension by the NFL because he
already has been suspended for four games for violating the
league's substance abuse policy in 2004.