It sounds like Chris Watt may have some competition for the starting Center spot for the San Diego Chargers...
#Chargers C Trevor Robinson agreed to a 2-year deal to re-sign with the team, source said. Deal is up to $4.25 M with playing time bonuses.— Adam Caplan (@caplannfl) March 10, 2015
Trevor Robinson started one game after being picked up by the Chargers last season, after starting seven over two seasons with the Cincinnati Bengals to start his career.
Depending on how you feel about Robinson, and luck, we can call this a backup plan for injuries or a backup plan for the NFL Draft. The team is now covered at Center if Watt has to slide to one of the Guard positions, either after an injury or if the team fails to locate a starting-caliber Guard in the NFL Draft.
Robinson is just 24 years old and has shown flashes of competency at the pro level. There's reason to believe that he could turn into a legitimate starter over the next two seasons, while providing depth along the way. In that regard, this is just one more good signing by Tom Telesco.