Robinson hasn't played since Week 9, and even if he manages to suit up, he won't necessarily return to an every-down role. Will Compton, who has filled in capably alongside Perry Riley, is the best IDP option of the bunch, but should probably only be used if Robinson can't play.
Keenan Robinson (shoulder) was limited in practice Wednesday.
Robinson missed the previous two games due to a problematic shoulder injury, but his availability at practice Wednesday is certainly a positive sign moving forward. The Washington Redskins will likely make an official announcement regarding their middle linebacker's status closer to the end of the week, so IDP owners should stay tuned for more information.
Keenan Robinson (shoulder) is inactive Sunday at Carolina.
Robinson will miss his second straight contest, likely giving way once again to Will Compton at inside linebacker. It's a tough loss for a run defense that is already ranked No. 30 in the league, allowing 135.3 yards on the ground per contest.
Keenan Robinson (shoulder) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Panthers, CSN's Tarik El-Bashir reports.
If Robinson misses a second straight game, Will Compton will likely get another start alongside Perry Riley. It may actually be an upgrade for the Washington defense, though the team wouldn't have any strong IDP options at inside linebacker.
Robinson maintained his activity level from Wednesday, but head coach Jay Gruden told Mike Jones of the Washington Post after Thursday's practice that Will Compton and Perry Riley remain the starting inside linebackers due to Robinson's lingering shoulder injury. As a result, Robinson's value should remain muted until he's cleared for a full workload.
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