Brian Robison DL MIN 19 Days
Robison (glute) had a sack and two total tackles in Sunday's win over Washington.
He missed a day of practice with a bad bruise on his backside, but it didn't appear to limit him during Sunday's game. Robison has just 3.5 sacks, but he could get more the second half with opposing offensive lines needing to focus on rising talents Everson Griffen and Anthony Barr.
Brian Robison DL MIN 20 Days
Robison (glute) is active for Sunday's game against Washington.
Robison's glute is not expected to hold him back Sunday. He has just 1.5 sacks this season, but the Vikings' defense as a whole has been excellent at getting to the passer, so maybe Robison's turn to get in on the action will come soon.
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Robison (glue) was a full participant in Friday's practice and is probable against Washington.
Robison has just 1.5 sacks this season despite the defensive line overall putting up strong sack totals, so he may be a candidate to get more sacks if defenses focus on Everson Griffen (who has eight sacks). It doesn't look like Robison's injury will be a concern this weekend.
Brian Robison DL MIN 22 Days
Robison, who missed Wednesday's practice with a glute injury, was a limited participant in Thursday's practice, the Minneapolis Star Tribune reports.
The injury sounds minor, but watch to see if Robison can practice Friday.
Brian Robison DL MIN 26 Days
Robison had three tackles and a sack in Sunday's win over Tampa Bay.
Robison has just 1.5 sacks this season despite the defensive line overall putting up strong sack totals. Perhaps he'll record more sacks if opposing offensive lines give Everson Griffen (who has eight sacks) extra attention.
Brian Robison DL MIN 2 Months
Robison had one tackle and one quarterback hit in Sunday's win over St. Louis
Although he didn't register a sack, Robinson had a good game against the run. As one of Minnesota's main pass rushers, he'll get more chances at sacks.
Brian Robison DL MIN 8 Months
The St. Paul Pioneer Press confirms Brian Robison will remain at left end this season.
Robison graded out as a top-ten 4-3 pass rusher by Pro Football Focus last year, but will continue to get the majority of his snaps at left end with Everson Griffen taking over for Jared Allen. The Vikings also added depth to their defensive line by signing Corey Wootton, who figures to see playing time behind Robison as a situational run stopper.
Brian Robison DL MIN Jul 20 '79
Vikings signed DE Brian Robison to a four-year contract extension.
Robison was set to hit unrestricted free agency after this season. Instead, the Vikings lock up their quietly productive left end. Robison started 31 games between 2011-12, compiling 16.5 sacks, 81 tackles and seven batted passes. So far this year, he's graded out as ProFootballFocus' No. 13 4-3 end out of 49 qualifiers.
Brian Robison DL MIN Oct 10 '78
Vikings LE Brian Robison (shoulder) and CB Antoine Winfield (hand, knee) are both active for Week 17 versus the Packers.
With the playoffs on the line in a must-win game, Robison is playing through a Grade 3 sprain in his AC joint. Vikings inactives: QB McLeod Bethel-Thompson, WR Stephen Burton, CB Brandon Burton, S Robert Blanton, LB Audie Cole, OL Troy Kropog and DE D'Aundre Reed.
Brian Robison DL MIN Oct 09 '78
Vikings DE Brian Robison (shoulder) is officially questionable, but expects to play in Sunday's season finale against the Packers.
"I'm sure Sunday it's going to be painful," Robison said on Friday. "But bottom line is we're trying to clinch a playoff spot and we need all hands on deck." Robison suffered a Grade 3 sprain of the AC joint in his right shoulder on Dec. 16 at St. Louis and sat out last weekend's win at Houston, which set up Sunday's win-and-in situation against the Packers at the Metrodome. Coach Leslie Frazier said he'd ultimately lean on Robison to make the decision.