Robert Burrow is an English professional rugby league footballer with the Leeds Rhinos of Super League. He has represented both England and Great Britain as a hooker/half. He has spent his whole career to date at Leeds, having won the Super League championship with them five times. He weighs less than 11 st (70 kg), extremely small by rugby league standards, and is known by the nickname of "Tattoo" due to his small stature.
Burrow played from the interchange bench for Leeds in the 2011 Challenge Cup final which was lost to Wigan.
Burrow became the first player to win the Harry Sunderland Award twice by winning the unanimous votes of all 37 judges after his impact in 2011's Super League XVIGrand Final. He was not selected for England's post-season 2011 Four Nations campaign due to a rib injury.
He currently coaches Pennine League division one team Ackworth Jaguars and led them to numerous league and cup finals.
Burrow is due a testimonial next year as he has been playing for Leeds Rhinos for ten years. He has said on Twitter that the kit will be traditional Leeds Rhinos colours (Blue and Amber).
In 2014, Burrow has been linked with English Super League club Hull FC for the 2015 season