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Cardinals release Robby Toma

By Star-Advertiser Staff and News Services

LAST UPDATED: 01:59 a.m. HST, Aug 22, 2013

 Glendale, Ariz. >> The Cardinals released wide receiver Robby Toma on Wednesday.

The Punahou School graduate was an undrafted free agent. He played four years at Notre Dame.

After his release Toma tweeted, “Just wanna thank the AZ cardinals for the opportunity. Unfortunately it didn't work out. But I know God has plan.”

Toma caught one pass for 28 yards in the Cardinals’ preseason opener against the Packers.

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kahuku01 wrote:
That's okay Robbie, at least you gave it a shot and had the opportunity to experience the life of a NFL rookie. You were thrown one pass and made the reception and you can't beat that percentage. It seemed that they didn't give you more playing time like they did for the other rookies, plus the other rookies did have more passes thrown to them and made them appear to be performing much better than you. But like you've said, "God has a plan for you." Good luck, and wish you the best for your future. Once again, Laie boy does well.
on August 22,2013 | 04:17AM
NorthShore wrote:
Go North Robby! You'll kill it in the CFL. Chad Owens is doing well with the wide open field and he had another shot at the NFL but passed it up to stay in the CFL. You can too bra!!!
on August 22,2013 | 08:58AM
oxtail01 wrote:
Robby's talent level is half of Owen's, if that. I posted when Robby got picked up by the Cardinals that the ONLY reason why they did so was to have adequate bodies for pre-season training. Well, I'll say it again - Robby's chance of making the NFL is less than zero!
on August 22,2013 | 09:50AM
OregonRedRaider wrote:
He gave it a shot, more then you could ever do...so don't hate..
on August 22,2013 | 10:48AM
DAGR81 wrote:
Be happy. He's a local boy who gave it his best shot.
on August 22,2013 | 03:19PM
lopati15 wrote:
Gods plan is for you to play for my Pittsburgh Steelers.
on August 22,2013 | 01:00PM
lumvegas50 wrote:
Good luck Robby, I now live in the Phoenix area and I was crossing my fingers for you
on August 22,2013 | 01:55PM
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