Khiry Robinson

#29 RB / New Orleans Saints / EXP: 3YRS Height: 6-0 Weight: 220 lb Age: 25 College: West Texas A&M Bye 11

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INJURY ALERT: IR | Leg | IR. Out for season
  • by RotoWire Staff | Special to

    Saints' Khiry Robinson: Placed on injured reserve

    The Saints placed Robinson (leg) on injured reserve Tuesday, reports. This move was primarily procedural, as the Saints already ruled Robinson out for the season but needed to open up a roster spot. With Robinson done for the rest of the year, there will be some snaps up for grabs in the Saints backfield.

  • by RotoWire Staff | Special to

    Saints' Khiry Robinson: Done for season

    Robinson underwent surgery to repair a broken tibia Sunday night and will miss the remainder of this season. Robison was carted off during Sunday's win over the Giants with what initially appeared to be a serious leg injury. With confirmation of a leg fracture coming Monday, it's off little surprise that Robinson's season is over. Still, his absence is certainly a blow to the Saints' backfield, as Robinson already posted a career-best four touchdowns through eight games. In wake of Robinson's injury, expect C.J. Spiller to receive more touches in relief of starter Mark Ingram, with Marcus Murphy representing the only other running back currently on the Saints' roster.

  • by RotoWire Staff | Special to

    Saints' Khiry Robinson: Carted off field Sunday

    Robinson was carted off the field Sunday against the Giants with an undisclosed injury. Because the Saints' training staff placed an air cast on Robinson's right leg, the injury appears to be significant, though the nature was unknown in the immediate aftermath. The do-everything back contributed four carries for four yards and two catches (on two targets) for 13 yards before his departure.

  • by RotoWire Staff | Special to

    Saints RB Khiry Robinson scores twice in Indianapolis

    Saints running back Khiry Robinson rushed for 28 yards and two touchdowns on 14 carries Sunday against the Colts. Robinson now has four scores in just 52 carries. But Mark Ingram is still the man in New Orleans, boasting nearly twice as many carries as Robinson this season.

  • by RotoWire Staff | Special to

    Saints' Khiry Robinson: Totals 47 yards

    Robinson had 23 yards on seven carries and 24 yards on two receptions in Thursday's win against the Falcons. There hasn't been much change in Robinson's role since the start of the season. As Mark Ingram's primary backup, Robinson continues to post modest stats on a handful of carries and receptions every week and remains a threat to find the end zone as well, but so long as Ingram is healthy, his upside remains limited.

  • by RotoWire Staff | Special to

    Saints' Khiry Robinson: Gains 30 yards on five carries

    Robinson had five carries for 30 yards and two catches for two yards in Sunday's loss to the Eagles. Robinson had found the end zone each of the last two weeks, but he was held in check against a tough Philadelphia run defense. It also didn't help his cause that the Saints were dominated in the second half, forcing Drew Brees and company to take to the air for the majority of the half to catch up. Robinson should continue to have some standalone value as part of the Saints' backfield committee, but his primary worth to fantasy owners is as a potential source for short touchdowns and as a handcuff to Mark Ingram. Atlanta is up next for Robinson on Thursday.

  • by RotoWire Staff | Special to

    Saints RB Khiry Robinson visits end zone in Sunday victory

    Saints running back Khiry Robinson carried the ball six times for 16 yards, including a 1-yard touchdown plunge, and caught two passes on four targets for five yards in the defeat of Dallas on Sunday. After an apparent Mark Ingram touchdown run was (questionably) overturned, Robinson took the next carry into the end zone for the score, much to the chagrin of Ingram owners. Robinson has now scored in back-to-back weeks, as it's clear the Saints are comfortable using him around the goal line as he continues to see some limited action in both the running game and passing game, even following the return of C.J. Spiller. Though his upside will continue to be capped by a committee approach, Robinson still has some weekly value and remains the clear handcuff to Ingram. Week 5, however, brings a difficult matchup against the Eagles.

  • by RotoWire Staff | Special to

    Saints RB Khiry Robinson finds paydirt in loss to Panthers

    Saints running back Khiry Robinson gained 12 yards on seven carries and caught two passes on two targets for 8 yards in Sunday's loss to the Panthers. He also scored on a 2-yard touchdown run in the fourth quarter. Both Robinson and Mark Ingram found paydirt for the Saints, but Ingram easily outproduced Robinson in Week 3, gaining 50 yards on 14 carries and 49 yards on five receptions. Robinson may lose touches in the coming weeks as offseason addition C.J. Spiller continues to get acclimated to the offense, but Robinson should continue to have some standalone value and remains the clear handcuff for Ingram owners.

  • by Michael Hurcomb | Fantasy Writer

    Saints RB Khiry Robinson returns to practice Monday

    Saints running back Khiry Robinson returned to practice Monday for the first time since leaving practice Aug. 20 due to an undisclosed injury, according to "First day back in pads and Feeling like new money aka Crisp! Week 1 lets go Too blessed to be stressed!," Robinson said via Twitter on Monday afternoon. The Saints have five running backs on their roster, which includes Mark Ingram and C.J. Spiller.

  • by Elliott Smith | Staff Writer

    RB Khiry Robinson could be odd man out in Saints backfield

    Running back Khiry Robinson is a fan favorite with the Saints, but the third-year pro, who once was viewed as a breakout candidate for the team, may find his role squeezed by the presence of Mark Ingram and C.J. Spiller, per Robinson dealt with a broken arm last season, which limited him to 12 carries and 32 yards over the final 10 weeks of the year. The Saints then re-upped with Ingram and brought in Spiller to replace Pierre Thomas, meaning Robinson will have to fight hard in training camp to establish a role. "I just gotta keep working," Robinson said. "It's all love in the backfield. We all work together, try to help each other. So I think it's a good thing we've got a full backfield again. So if anybody goes down, we've got another player right up there to do the same thing."

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