Although he had just one Eastern All-Star honour (1987), Frank Robinson was one of the top linebackers in the CFL from 1981 until 1990. Tackle statistics ewre not kept until 1987, but you can bet that Robinson would have ranked high in the league for all those "missing years". Robinson was tough on the run and adept at pass coverage as his 19 career interceptions will attest. Robinson started his career with Saskatchewan in 1981 and played three seasons with the Riders before being released just prior to the 1984 season. Winnipeg picked up Robinson and he played iwth them through to October of 1985 when he was claimed on waivers by the Argos and played two games in Toronto. It was Robinson's shortest stop in his CFL career, but he did get his only career touchdown with the Argos. Hamilton signed Robins for the 1986 season and he played five season for the Tiger-Cats where he picked up his one All-Star nomination in 1987.
Robinson had one kickoff return for 5 yards in 1984.
Robinson had one punt return for zero yards in 1984 an one punt return for zero yards in 1990.