Keenan Robinson LB WAS 24 Days

Robinson (shoulder) is not listed among the Redskins' inactive players for Thursday night's game against the Giants.

Robinson was a full participant during practice this week, so he should be full-speed when Thursday's game kicks off. Through three games this season, the Redskins rank third in rushing defense and Robinson has totaled 17 tackles (14 solo).

Keenan Robinson LB WAS 26 Days

Robinson (shoulder) was a full participant in Tuesday's practice.

Robinson looks like a relatively safe bet to play Thursday against the Giants, after enduring no setbacks with his shoulder while practicing the last two days. The Redskins' starting middle linebacker, Robinson has produced 17 tackles and a half-sack through the first three games.

Keenan Robinson LB WAS 3 Months

Washington coach Jay Gruden raved about ILB Keenan Robinson's athleticism and ability to cover sideline to sideline.

Robinson is the favorite to start over Akeem Jordan and Darryl Sharpton at inside linebacker, and could be a candidate for a three-down role. He received first-team reps in OTAs and minicamp. Perry Riley struggles in pass coverage and could be removed in sub packages. Robinson has been limited to 11 games the last two years and needs to prove he can stay healthy to win the job.

Keenan Robinson LB WAS 3 Months

Redskins ILB Keenan Robinson is the favorite to start opposite Perry Riley.

A 2012 fourth-round pick, pectoral injuries have limited Robinson to only 69 career snaps. Finally health, Robinson has worked with the first-team defense all offseason. He still has to prove he is mentally ready to handle the job, but all indications are Robinson will begin the season as the starter.

Keenan Robinson LB WAS 5 Months

CSN Washington believes ILB Keenan Robinson has the "early edge" to start opposite Perry Riley.

A 2012 fourth-rounder, Robinson has been limited to 11 career appearances thanks to pectoral injures. He missed the entire 2013 season. He's competing with the likes of Darryl Sharpton and Akeem Jordan. Robinson would have to have a mighty impressive training camp to earn a starting job after so much time away.

Keenan Robinson LB WAS Jul 25 '13

Updating a previous item, Redskins ILB Keenan Robinson is out for the season with a torn left pectoral muscle.

Robinson tore his right pectoral as a rookie. Back-to-back pectoral tears may threaten Robinson's roster hopes in 2014, as the 2012 fourth-rounder has yet to establish himself as a viable NFL player outside of special teams.

Keenan Robinson LB WAS Jul 25 '13

Redskins ILB Keenan Robinson "may" have re-torn his right pectoral on the first day of training camp.

A fourth-round pick out of Texas two Aprils ago, Robinson tore the same pectoral last November. He was scheduled to compete for a role in sub-packages.

Keenan Robinson LB WAS Jun 02 '13

Redskins ILB Keenan Robinson (torn pectoral) expects to be cleared "in a week or so."

Robinson's rookie season was cut short on Thanksgiving last season. The fourth-round pick is expected to fill mainly a special teams role again in 2013, but he could be viewed as the heir apparent to London Flecther.

Keenan Robinson LB WAS Apr 13 '13

Redskins ILB Keenan Robinson (torn pectoral) is expected to be ready for OTAs.

Robinson, the No. 119 overall pick in last year's draft, made 11 tackles in 11 games last season mainly as a special teams player. In 2013, he's expected to compete for a larger role on defense with Lorenzo Alexander leaving for Arizona.

Keenan Robinson LB WAS Jan 21 '13

Redskins ILB Keenan Robinson is expected to compete for an expanded role on defense in training camp.

Robinson, a fourth-round pick out of Texas, appeared in 11 games as a rookie but had his season cut short due to a torn right pectoral that required surgery. He played mainly special teams and just 69 snaps on defense, recording 11 tackles. Washington has four linebackers scheduled for free agency in addition to London Fletcher, who has yet to commit to a 16th season.