ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported that the injuries do not appear to be life-threatening for the running back from Alabama.
The rookie runner of the Washington CommandersBrian Robinsonwas shot multiple times in an attempted carjacking, Adam Schefter of ESPN.
According to Schefter, the injuries sustained by Robinson do not put your life at risk.
The attempted robbery of the vehicle Robinson happened in Washington D.C.reported John Keim of ESPNciting a source with knowledge of the situation.
According to the communications director of the Metropolitan Police of DC, the incident would have happened this afternoon. Police recovered a firearm, and identified two suspects.
Robinsonconsidered by some to be the favorite to win the starting running back spot at Washingtonreached the commanders selected with the 98th overall turn of the 2022 NFL Draftfrom Alabama. His brilliant performance in the preseason –despite being the sixth running back selected in the last draft– had left doubts as to whether the veteran Anthony Gibson he could retain the starting job in the backfield.
He did not participate in the closing of the preseason of Washingtonin front of the baltimore ravens, a possible hint of his place in the final squad of the commanders as the insured owner.
It was still expected Robinson share carries with Gibson and with the third chance specialist, JD McKissic.
During the preseason, he rushed the ball 14 times for 57 yards and a touchdown in two games.
Robinson He was a two-time national champion at the collegiate level with the crimson tidefor the 2017 and 2020 campaigns, and was elected Most valuable Player of Cotton Bowl Classic past — after setting a new school record with 204 rushing yards in a bowl — a game that served as the semi-final prior to the most recent National Championship Gamewhere Georgia beat Alabama by 33-18.
As a university student, the best campaign of Robinson23 years old, in Alabama It was 2021, when he appeared in 14 games with 271 carries for 1,343 rushing yards.
The incident with Robinson was first reported by NBC Sports. NFL Network reported that the running back is hospitalized, describing the rookie’s condition as “stable.”
The commanders open their regular season next Sunday, September 11, receiving in Washington to the jacksonville jaguars.
Information from John Keim was used in the writing of this note.
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Commanders rookie Brian Robinson shot multiple times in attempted robbery