The Jacksonville Jaguars have released Robinson, who signed a five-year, $32.5 million free agent-contract last season before missing considerable time with concussions.|||||||
The team says Robinson passed a physical last month and was completely healthy. But the receiver disagrees, telling The Associated Press "there's no way he could line up and play a game tomorrow." Fantasy owners should beware since he doesn't sound ready to endure the 'hard knocks' of the NFL.
Robinson was placed on season-ending IR with a concussion.|||||||
Robinson sustained his fourth concussion of the season against Houston on Sunday. He finished the year with 24 catches for 252 yards.
Robinson, out since Sept. 30 with a concussion, returned on Sunday against the Lions.|||||||
Robinson caught six passes for 41 yards against Detroit.
Robinson returned to practice Friday and is expected to play against Cincinnati.|||||||
Robinson, who leads the team with eight receptions for 115 yards, missed the previous two days of practice while recovering from a concussion suffered in last week's win at Indianapolis. He was back running routes Friday, and coach Mike Mularkey listed him as probable to play against the Bengals.
Robinson missed a second consecutive day of practice Thursday while recovering from a concussion. Coach Mike Mularkey says the wide receiver will likely to practice Friday and could play two days later against Cincinnati. His status depends on how the team's leading receiver feels following Friday's workout.|||||||
Robinson sustained a concussion in the first quarter of Sunday's 22-17 win at Indianapolis and did not return. Robinson passed his concussion test early in the week, Mularkey said, but he has remained on the sideline the last two days - not even taking on a limited role in practice. Robinson, who signed a five-year, $32.5 million contract in March, leads the team with eight catches for 115 yards.