Brian Robinson was shot multiple times during a possible attempted robbery in Washington, D.C., according to a police spokesperson.
He was taken to an emergency clinic with what the group called “non-perilous wounds.” According to a group representative, co-proprietors Dan and Tanya Snyder, president Jason Wright, mentor Ron Rivera, group doctor Dr. Anthony Casolaro and clinical therapist Dr. Barbara Roberts, were at the emergency clinic with Robinson.
“I just finished visiting w/Brian,” Rivera said in a tweet Sunday night. “He is feeling great and maintained that me should thank everybody for their thoughtful words, supplications and backing.
He maintains that his partners should realize he values them for connecting and he adores them all and will be back before long doing what he excels at.”
Robinson was shot two times not long before 6 p.m. in Washington, D.C., and was taken to an emergency clinic with non-dangerous wounds, police said. As per the NFL Network’s Tom Pelissero, Robinson was shot in his lower body.
Police are looking for two adolescent suspects. Explicit insights about Robinson’s condition or the supposed carjacking are not yet known.
The previous Alabama champion was chosen by Washington in the third round of the draft in April. He piled up a profession high 1,343 hurrying yards and 14 scores last season with the Crimson Tide while assisting them with arriving at the public title game.
Robinson didn’t play in Washington’s last preseason game against the Ravens on Saturday. He had 14 conveys for 57 yards and one score over their initial two preseason games. The 23-year-old was supposed to assume a huge part in the Commanders’ run game this season close by Antonio Gibson and J.D. McKissic.
Washington mentor Ron Rivera said he had visited Robinson in the emergency clinic on Sunday night, as well.