Robinson (knee) is ruled out for Sunday's game against the Packers, Michael Rothstein of ESPN.com reports.
Robinson will sit out Detroit's season finale due to a knee injury, allowing John Atkins to receive an uptick in snaps. The third-year pro logged 49 tackles and one sack during the 2018 season.
Robinson is questionable to return to Sunday's game with a knee injury, Dave Birkett of the Detroit Free Press reports.
With Robinson temporarily sidelined, John Atkins could see a spike in workload. Robinson will likely be evaluated further following the end of Sunday's contest.
Robinson recorded eight tackles and one sack during Sunday's victory over Arizona.
Robinson arguably had his best game of the season, tying his career high in tackles while also notching his first sack of the year. The third-year Alabama product needs just 10 more tackles during the final three games of the year to set a new single-season best.
Robinson returned to practice in a limited fashion this week after missing Sunday's win over the Panthers, but his snap count could be held in check as starting defensive tackles Damon Harrison and Da'Shawn Hand are both at full strength.
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