Redskins Lose Keenan Robinson to Torn Pectoral
RICHMOND, Va. (CBSDC/AP) — It’s the same season-ending injury for Washington Redskins backup linebacker Keenan Robinson. This time it’s in the other shoulder.
The Redskins said Friday that Robinson tore his left pectoral muscle during practice Thursday, the opening day of training camp.
Robinson tore his right pectoral muscle last year against the Dallas Cowboys.
Robinson was selected in the fourth round from Texas in last year’s draft. He played in 11 games as a rookie.
In other Redskins injury news, defensive end Adam Carriker underwent a successful third surgery on an ailing right leg on Thursday. His status for the season remains in question.
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