Good News: Los Angeles Rams confirm huge boost with another Commanders key player now ruled out

The Washington Commanders will be without running back Brian Robinson for their upcoming game against the Los Angeles Rams on Sunday, as he has been ruled out due to a hamstring injury. Robinson, who has been a key contributor with a team-high 664 rushing yards and five touchdowns in 13 starts this season, will leave a significant void in the Commanders’ offensive lineup.

Through the season, Robinson has showcased versatility, adding 29 receptions for 326 yards and three touchdowns to his impressive rushing statistics.


Brian Robinson ruled out for Week 15 vs. Rams - NBC Sports

The 24-year-old running back emerged as a notable presence in the Commanders’ backfield, building on his performance as a rookie third-round pick in 2022, where he ran for 797 yards and two touchdowns and caught nine passes for 60 yards and one touchdown in 12 games (nine starts).

The Commanders, currently holding a 4-9 record, are looking to break a four-game losing streak after coming off a bye week. Robinson’s absence will place added responsibility on running backs Antonio Gibson and rookie Chris Rodriguez Jr. as they aim to contribute in the running game against the Rams, who have a 6-7 record. The running back rotation will be a key factor for Washington as they seek to secure a victory in their upcoming matchup.

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