Washington captains’ apprentice Brian Robinson Jr. was doing a field drill weeks after injuring his right leg.
After admiring all pre-season, the Washington leaders The NFL world reported that running back Brian Robinson Jr. was shot in the right leg twice as the victim of an attempted armed robbery. He was listed as being in stable condition when he was taken to hospital. In fact, he visited the leaders facility within days.
Now, there is a new update for Robinson.
On September 15, Robinson shared a video of himself returning to the coaching field, running some solo workouts.
Brian Robinson Jr. is back. To field training weeks after his right leg injury
This is great news, as Robinson is recovering.
Robinson underwent surgery on his right leg, but he sustained no structural damage. Robinson was placed on a non-football injury list, which would sideline him for the team’s first four weeks of the season.
Adam Shifter, a senior NFL insider for ESPN, reports that There is a “realistic chance” that Robinson will return for the fifth week.
Leaders selected Robinson in the third round of this year’s NFL Draft. Robinson was the star to return to the Alabama Crimson Tide. In his final year with the program (2021), he ran for 1,343 yards and 14 touchdowns on 271 holders, while receiving 35 passes for 296 yards and two touchdowns.
Robinson shone in pre-season, running for 57 yards and one touchdown in 14 carries in two games (versus the Carolina Panthers and Kansas City Chiefs).
Fans will be watching Washington’s week five game against the Tennessee Titans.
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