ANN ARBOR, Mich. (AP) - Denard Robinson says he'll do whatever it takes to play in the NFL.
The former Michigan quarterback plans to travel to Mobile, Ala., to show and tell teams in the league he's open-minded.
Robinson is expected to practice and play as a wide receiver at the Senior Bowl. He says playing running back, returning kickoffs and punts are also options. And, Robinson insists he's even willing to play cornerback if an NFL team wants to move him to the other side of the ball.
He played running back toward the end of his senior season because of nerve damage in his right elbow.
Robinson set an NCAA record for QBs with 4,495 yards rushing in his career. He plans to finish his degree this semester while training for the draft.

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