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Notre Dame WR Corey Robinson Retires From Football, Will Be Student Assistant

Notre Dame wide receiver Corey Robinson will discontinue his playing career due to multiple concussions, the program announced today. 

The senior will serve as a student assistant for the program in 2016. 

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Notre Dame head coach Brian Kelly also released on statement on Robinson's decision.

">@NDFootball coach Brian Kelly on senior WR Corey Robinson's decision to stop playing football... pic.twitter.com/YXKUEarYF1

— Michael Bertsch (@NDsidBertschy)

.@NDFootball coach Brian Kelly on senior WR Corey Robinson's decision to stop playing football... pic.twitter.com/YXKUEarYF1

— Michael Bertsch (@NDsidBertschy) June 15, 2016

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For his career, Robinson caught 65 passes for 896 yards and seven touchdowns. His best season came in 2014, when he hauled in 40 receptions for 539 yards and five scores.

The son of NBA Hall of Famer David Robinson, he was elected president of the Notre Dame student body last year.