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NFC East Standings

Team Div Overall
3-0-0 10-2-0
3-1-0 9-3-0
2-2-0 4-8-0
0-5-0 4-9-0

2023 Receiving

Receiving Yards
Average Yards per Reception
Receiving Touchdowns
Longest Reception
Regular Season 36 265 7.4 1 22

Top Wan'Dale Robinson News

  • Giants' Wan'Dale Robinson: Remains quiet in Week 12 win

    Robinson caught four of five targets for 26 yards in Sunday's 10-7 win over the Patriots.

    Robinson didn't register an official rushing attempt, but Tommy DeVito was attempting to hand the ball off to Robinson on a jet sweep when the ball came loose and was recovered by New England to end the Giants' opening possession on a fumble credited to the quarterback. After recording at least five receptions in three of his first four appearances this season, Robinson has come up short of that mark in each of his last six games heading into New York's Week 13 bye.

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  • Giants' Wan'Dale Robinson: Tallies three catches in win

    Robinson caught three of four targets for 35 yards and rushed once for two yards in a 31-19 Week 11 win over Washington.

    While Robinson didn't put up a big stat line, he finished second among New York's wide receivers in both catches and receiving yards behind Darius Slayton (arm). Robinson's total yardage in the victory was his third-highest mark of the season and his most since Week 6 against Buffalo. With undrafted rookie Tommy DeVito shining to the tune of 246 passing yards and three touchdowns Sunday, albeit in a very favorable matchup, there may be some life in a New York passing game that has mostly struggled throughout the campaign. Robinson's role could grow next Sunday against New England if Slayton's arm injury causes him to miss time.

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  • Giants' Wan'Dale Robinson: Cleared to play Week 11

    Robinson (knee) doesn't have an injury designation for Sunday's game against Washington, Pat Leonard of the New York Daily News reports.

    Robinson remained limited in practice Friday, but he's healthy enough to give it a go Sunday. The second-year wideout has just 29 catches in eight appearances this season, and with third-string quarterback Tommy DeVito under center, New York's passing game could struggle again Sunday despite facing a Washington secondary that has struggled to defend wide receivers.

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  • Giants' Wan'Dale Robinson: Limited again Thursday

    Robinson (knee) was a limited practice participant Thursday, Dan Salomone of the Giants' official site reports.

    The Giants continue to take it easy on Robinson's practice reps due to the torn ACL that he suffered in his right knee Nov. 20 of last year. Almost one year removed from the injury, he's still been able to suit up for eight consecutive games, but he's notched just 29 catches and five carries en route to 229 yards from scrimmage and one receiving touchdown. Friday's injury report will unveil whether or not he heads into the weekend with an injury designation for Sunday's contest in Washington.

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  • Giants' Wan'Dale Robinson: Practices in limited fashion

    Robinson (knee) practiced in a limited capacity Wednesday, Dan Duggan of The Athletic reports.

    Since making his season debut Week 3, Robinson has had the occasional cap placed on his practice reps, but his availability for game days hasn't been affected for eight straight contests. Due to a carousel of quarterbacks during that stretch, he's managed only a 29-204-1 receiving line on 36 targets. Robinson will have a pair of sessions this week to put himself in a position to avoid a designation ahead of Sunday's game at Washington.

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  • Giants' Wan'Dale Robinson: Gains just six yards in Week 10

    Robinson caught two of three targets for six yards and rushed once for zero yards in Sunday's loss to Dallas.

    With rookie quarterback Tommy DeVito totaling just 86 passing yards in his first NFL start, there was little opportunity for Giants pass catchers to make an impact. Robinson finished with fewer than three catches for the third time in the past four weeks after he tallied at least four receptions in each of his first four games of the campaign. The second-year wideout also logged just 49 percent of New York's offensive snaps Sunday, which was his lowest mark since his season debut in Week 2. He'll likely see more time on the field moving forward, but with Daniel Jones (knee) out for the season and DeVito working behind a struggling offensive line, there isn't much of a reason to target any Giants wideouts in fantasy.

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Player Bio

HT/WT: 5-8, 185 lbs
Birthplace: Frankfurt, KY
Age: 22
School: Kentucky
Experience: 2