Michigan has its 8th offseason departure
Safety Marvin Robinson and linebacker Mike Jones—both senior reserves—made their decision this morning and are no longer with the team.
The only effect this will have on the Michigan roster is a small hit in the depth chart for both positions.
Robinson has seen 28 games throughout his career but with limited playing time and was behind sophomore Jarrod Wilson in the post-spring depth chart. He compiled nine tackles in 2012.
Jones was primarily a special teams player and was never able to enter a game on defense. He finishes his Wolverine career with eight total tackles.
Many of these players that are leaving the program are upperclassmen that are not getting much of an opportunity to see the field. They are Rich Rodriguez’s guys that are being replaced by Hoke’s up-and-coming talent, who is now in his third season as coach.
The turnover seems to be taking place right now.
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