Robison played his entire career for Minnesota and had 60 sacks, 19 pass deflections, and 13 forced fumbles.
But the Vikings and Robison have gotten back together for a chance to partner off the field. They have brought back the popular internet series 96 Questions, in which the former defensive lineman asks players a wide range of current questions, putting them on the spot and forcing them to give quick answers.
Robison may have caused the most trouble when he asked his Minnesota teammates which player on the team they would not want to date their sister. Everyone said Stefon Diggs, a wide receiver who used to play for the Vikings and now plays for the Buffalo Bills. This said something about the talented pass-personality catcher's off the field.
96 Questions is back so the Minnesota Vikings can keep up a great rapport with their fans. The series came back to the Vikings website on Tuesday. Robison asked the current Minnesota players what could go wrong on a first kiss.
The former Vikings defense got to catch up with Adam Thielen and other old teammates. He also got to meet Justin Jefferson and Patrick Peterson, who joined the team more recently.
With the return of 96 Questions, Minnesota once again has a video series that shows off players' personalities, gets their thoughts on hot-button issues, and gives the locker room a sense of identity and fun off the field.
Robison is pretty active on social media now that he's out of his purple and gold uniform, and the return of the video series helps him keep a digital footprint.
Minnesota's 96 Questions gives the team a variety of content for their social media platforms to get fans involved, similar to what Eric Sugarman's Donut Club did for the Vikings.