The New York Giants went on the road and came away with a gutty comeback win against the Tennessee Titans in Week 1. Unfortunately for Big Blue, rookie Wide Receiver Wan’Dale Robinson left the game and did not return in his first NFL game.
Robinson exited in the first half with an apparent knee injury after playing just nine snaps and reeling in one catch for five yards.
Luckily, it does not seem that the injury to Robinson is anything too severe.
Wan’Dale Robinson on his game-ending injury: pic.twitter.com/v3SSwwmnoG
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Of course, we should have more of a confirmation on the severity of the injury sometime early this week. Robinson will undergo an MRI on Monday.
Robinson (Kentucky) was selected 43rd overall as the Giants’ second-round pick in this April’s draft.
If Week 1 is any indication, with the Giants seemingly limiting the amount of targets to both Kenny Golladay and Kadarius Toney, Big Blue will certainly hope to get Robinson back sooner rather than later.
Robinson also showed flashes of his talent during training camp and certainly, he can have an effective role for the Giants this year. With little concern over the injury following the game Sunday, it will be interesting to see how he progresses as the week moves along and if the rookie is available for the Giants in Week 2.