Teaching. Leading by example @nate_robinson #holdat pic.twitter.com/Lg4hvJLcJZ— FRAMPCAMP (@FrampCamp) June 25, 2016
After Nate Robinson's workout with the Seattle Seahawks earlier this month, coach Pete Carroll called the ex-NBA player's attempt to play in the NFL "all but impossible."
But that hasn't stopped Robinson from continuing to do on-field work with hopes of getting a look. He has been training recently with former Arkansas State wide receiver Dwayne Frampton.
"It's as hard as you could possibly get," Carroll said. "He's 32 as well. I don't know if anybody could do it. But if anybody could, it might be Nate. He's that versatile an athlete and that great a competitor."
Robinson was a high school football star in Seattle before shifting his focus solely to basketball at the University of Washington.
He played 11 seasons in the NBA and spent last year playing basketball in Israel.