Allen Robinson says he’s 100 percent

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Wednesday brought good news about Bears linebacker Khalil Mack‘s physical condition and another injured member of the team said he’s on track to return to action against the Lions this Sunday as well.

Wide receiver Allen Robinson joined Mack in making a return to full practice participation on Wednesday and he provided a positive update on his condition Thursday. Robinson said, via multiple reporters, that his injured groin is 100 percent.

Both Robinson and Mack, who is dealing with an ankle injury, have missed the last two games. The absences haven’t kept the Bears from cruising to victories over the Jets and Bills, but having both players at full strength should be a plus as they work to continue their winning way.

Robinson has 25 catches for 285 yards and a touchdown in his first six games as a member of the Bears.

6 responses to “Allen Robinson says he’s 100 percent

  1. toothfairyretributionmanifesto says:
    November 8, 2018 at 3:10 pm
    He’s on pace for 50 catches, 570 Yds, and 4 Tds. Not bad for the 15+ million he’s making this year. Over $300,000/catch.
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    Wow! I had no idea that players get injured. Do Devonta Freeman next. He’s only played in 2 games. Math is fun.

  2. Wow! I had no idea that players get injured. Do Devonta Freeman next. He’s only played in 2 games. Math is fun.

    Did you know that signing someone with a major injury history to be one of the highest paid players at their position isn’t the brightest move? Freeman has not had the injury history that Robinson has prior to signing, not to mention he’s making less than half of his salary.

  3. He doesn’t have a major injury history. He was healthy at Penn State and had no injuries his first 3 years in the league and played 2 full season as a starter. He’s had one major injury and only one injury that has ever kept him out of a game-a torn ACL- unfortunately not an uncommon injury but the vast majority (94%) of players come back from them. Deshaun Watson, Carson Wentz, and Dalvin Cook all were out with them last year. There were 51 torn ACL’s in the NFL in 2017. Robinson’s issue this year has been a groin issue not related to his knee.

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