Dr. James Robinson, endowed chair for Sports Medicine for the College of Community Health Sciences and team physician for the UA Athletic Department, was mentioned in a recent episode of Bama Cuts, a series of casual conversations between UA football players, coaches and former players at the barbershop inside the Mal Moore Facility.
In an episode that aired April 11, Baltimore Ravens linebacker C.J. Mosley, who played at UA from 2010 to 2013 (winning national championships in 2011 and 2012), talked about his time at the University and what Robinson and other football trainers and coaches mean to him.
“I’ve had multiple injuries since I’ve been in the NFL and I’ve done a lot of my rehab here with everybody here who are part of the staff,” Mosley said. “Dr. Robinson, if I get sick, I go to see him.”
Mosley said he has a special gratitude for the resources at UA, the training staff, the facilities and the coaches. “Just being around them – it’s an extended family. I always come back here. I feel welcome. I feel at home.”