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Real "Rob" Report FLASHBACK Seahawks Training Camp 2011

Updated: Mar 19, 2023

What's up beautiful People!! I was looking through some of my old Real Rob Report footage and decided to start to re-release them! For all that don't know, the Real Rob Report originally started from my love for communicating. I really wanted to create a sports show BY ATHLETES FOR THE FANS! I have a Broadcasting and Journalism degree from Penn State University and I currently consult some companies and individuals in media training. When I first got into the National Football League in 2006, I asked my team at the time, the San Francisco 49ers, if there was a way for me to get in front of the camera and get reps. The 49ers media team and I created the Rookie Report and it gained so much steam that after my rookie year, we continued it and called it the Robinson Report. All it consisted of was me and a 49ers media relations member going around the locker room with a camera while I cracked jokes and showed fans a different side of the players. In 2010 I was released from the 49ers and we went into the lockout of 2011. I wanted to document what was going on with players while I lived in Arizona training with hundreds of NFL guys. So I brought my own cameras, wrote my own scripts, hired my own people and learned the business of media. That turned into me producing and hosting a weekly show from the Seattle Seahawks locker room (or whatever was going on in my life at the time lol) while I was a Pro Bowl fullback in the NFL. I believe in parallels. Where you can chase multiple dreams simultaneously! I am the walking model of that principle! This episode is from the beginning of training camp going into the 2011 NFL Season. You will see future position coaches, NFL stars and head coaches in these old clips. Expect more to come through out the off season. Special shot out to Tarvaris "T-Jack" Jackson Rest in Paradise brother.

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Mar 13, 2023

LOVED the Real Rob Report! It was funny, personal, and real. Nice to see the personalities grow thru the years. And why this Class of Seahawks were my favorites.

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