Commanders rookie RB Brian Robinson Jr. shot in Washington

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WASHINGTON (AP) — The Washington Commanders say rookie running back Brian Robinson Jr. was shot during an attempted robbery or carjacking.

The 23-year-old former Alabama player was taken to the hospital with what the team called non-life-threatening injuries. The team says staff members were with Robinson at the hospital. D.C. police reported a shooting in the northeast section of the city and said it was on the lookout for two possible suspects. Robinson was a third-round pick of Washington’s in the draft.

He was expected to start for the team this season.


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