Former Alabama OT Cam Robinson was carted off the field in Indianapolis on Sunday after an ugly injury.
The Jacksonville Jaguars left tackle was engaged with a Colts defender during Week 7 NFL action when a second Indianapolis player rolled up on his left leg.
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Robinson, who was a second-round selection for the Jaguars in the 2017 NFL draft, had to be carted off the field.
Reports indicate that he is “questionable” to return to the game with what is being termed as an ankle injury, and we hope that he does, but it is pretty rare to see a player who is carted from the field of play return to action on the same day.
Robinson had been paving the way for former LSU RB Leonard Fournette as the two enjoyed a strong rookie season. Fournette missed the game on Sunday with an injury of his own.
Look for the Jaguars to update his status in the hours following the game.