Robertson had 115 tackles (71 solo), one sack, one interception, and two fumble recoveries in 15 games in 2016. In his first season in New Orleans, Robertson surprisingly led the Saints in tackles, starting at outside linebacker to start the year while Dannell Ellerbe was hurt and later at middle linebacker when James Laurinaitis succumbed to injury. Robertson's production waned at the end of the season, perhaps as a result of a nagging shoulder injury, but the versatile linebacker is under contract for the next two seasons and should compete for a starting role in 2017.
Robertson (shoulder) is active for Saturday's game against the Buccaneers. As expected, Robertson will be able to give it a go Saturday after logging a practice late in the week. He played close to a full complement of snaps in Week 15 against the Cardinals, racking up four tackles in the contest.
Robertson (shoulder) was a limited participant in Friday's practice and is listed as questionable for Saturday's game against the Buccaneers. Robertson's shoulder injury landed him on the injury report in Week 15 but he was ultimately able to play against the Cardinals. The fact that he was able to log a practice Friday suggests that he'll likely be able to play through the injury once again Saturday. He was able to rack up four tackles in 59 snaps against the Cardinals.
Robertson (shoulder) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Cardinals. Robertson was sidelined for Week 14's loss to the Buccaneers due to his shoulder injury. If he cannot go again Sunday, his absence will primarily be felt on special teams. Also, Nathan Stupar could see an increased role providing depth at outside linebacker.
Robertson (shoulder) is inactive Sunday against Tampa Bay. Robertson's absence will be felt primarily on special teams. In turn, Nathan Stupar stands to see additional playing time at outside linebacker.