Robinson (concussion) has been ruled out for Monday's game against Detroit, Jordan Raanan of ESPN.com reports. Robinson is used mostly as a depth linebacker and special teamer, so his loss won't alter the game plan too much. Should veteran starter Jonathan Casillas fall victim to the injury bug, J.T. Thomas seems like the likely replacement.
Robinson (concussion) was a limited participant at in the Giants' practice Friday. This is good news after Robinson did not practice Thursday in addition to last week. The 28-year-old has been in the concussion protocol since early August and remains a question mark for Monday night's game against the Lions.
Robinson (concussion) will not play in Sunday's season opener against the Cowboys. Robinson has been in the concussion protocol for over a month now, and since the linebacker was still unable to practice this week, his absence Sunday comes as no surprise. Robinson should be considered week-to-week at this point, while Jonathan Casillas is expected to take majority of the snaps at weak-side linebacker this weekend.
Robinson is still in concussion protocol and sat out of practice Wednesday. Robinson suffered this concussion over a month ago and missed the entire preseason. Little has been said about his progression through the protocol, so it seems farfetched that he'll be ready to go Sunday against the Cardinals. Expect the fully-capable Jonathan Casillas to take a majority of snaps at weak-side linebacker.
Robinson is currently going through the league's concussion protocol, Ralph Vacchiano of SportsNet New York reports. Robinson took a blow to the head on Thursday and could miss a week or more if it's confirmed that he suffered a concussion. If he's forced to sit out, look for Deontae Skinner to see some additional time with the second-team defense.
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