It didn’t take long for Brian Robinson to return to practice after getting shot.
Two weeks ago, Robinson was shot twice in the lower extremities during a robbery attempt gone wrong.
On Wednesday, Robinson was seen back in practice for the first time since the shooting took place. According to various reports, Robinson was working out on a stationary bike.
Commanders RB Brian Robinson is out here for the first time since getting shot. He’s on the stationary bike. pic.twitter.com/uo2M8wfN0m
— Nicki Jhabvala (@NickiJhabvala) September 14, 2022
Two and a half weeks after being shot twice in an attempted robbery, Brian Robinson Jr. is back out with the #Commanders on the bike. Incredible.@nbcwashington @JPFinlayNBCS #HTTC pic.twitter.com/bWtRT1snAb
— NBC4 Sports (@NBC4Sports) September 14, 2022
According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, the Washington Commanders’ rookie running back has a realistic chance of returning in Week 5, team sources told ESPN.
Washington Commanders rookie running back Brian Robinson, who was shot twice in his leg during an attempted robbery, has a realistic chance of returning in Week 5, per sources.https://t.co/OC6By9Sg69
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) September 11, 2022
Robinson impressed many with his play in the preseason, and it appeared that he was getting set to be named the starting running back for the Commanders before getting shot.
If Robinson continues to progress the way he is there’s a shot that he could come back earlier than expected.