Commanders new RB Brian Robinson will play against the Titans on Sunday

A mind-blowing story Brian Robinson Jr‘s recovery is getting better.

The Chiefs are activating the running back for Sunday’s game Against the Titans, sources say. However, it was only a week of training Designated back from the non-football injury listRobinson will play.

Washington announced Robinson’s action.

Even if he’s the eventual starter, Robinson will back up Antonio Gibson on Sunday. Project for about 20 photographs for Robinson.

With that in mind, it’s amazing August 28, Robinson was shot twice during an attempted robbery in Washington, D.C. The third rounder was lucky the bullets went clean through his lower body. The injuries healed last week, but he was able to continue exercising through his rehabilitation.

Coach Ron Rivera told reporters this week that if Robinson is ready, he will go. No reservation. He had some pain on Wednesday, but came back on Thursday and responded well. Friday is another auspicious day.

“We’re very excited,” Rivera said.

The team prepared the 23-year-old Robinson for this by running through several simulated series with the coaching staff. It all worked. And though he won’t start, Robinson, a middle-of-the-pack bruiser, will start as a compliment to Gibson.

“And throw JD McKissic into that mix, you’ve got a good rotation of backs and you’re trying to find matchups that you can exploit,” Rivera said.

In practice this week, Robinson impressed despite only working out the previous four weeks. While offensive coordinator Scott Turner said the decision will be made by doctors, he hinted that the rookie’s debut could come Sunday.

“He’s been good in practice,” Turner told reporters. “He’s not going to come in and carry the ball 30 times. It’s his first time in the NFL. He’s a rookie, so it’s going to be kind of a period to get him. But we’re all excited.”

Everyone is excited about his personal story and incredible recovery, but Robinson needs to step up the Warriors’ offense.

Turner said: “He’s going to give us some juice and physical presence and a good back.”

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