Aldrick Robinson Fantasy News

Friday, October 6, 2017, 6:42pm

49ers WR Marquise Goodwin (concussion, questionable) took limited practice reps all week and is questionable for Week 5. If Goodwin can’t go, look for Aldrick Robinson to play a big role and potentially hit pay dirt against a shaky Indy pass defense. With Goodwin limited last week, Robinson saw 12 targets, catching three for 52 yards while playing 87% of the snaps.

Thursday, October 5, 2017, 6:29pm

49ers WR Marquise Goodwin (concussion) took limited practice reps Wednesday. If Goodwin can’t play look for Aldrick Robinson to be a Sneaky Start in a great matchup against Indianapolis.

Friday, December 9, 2016, 6:41pm

Falcons WR Mohamed Sanu (groin, out) missed practice all week and is out for Week 14. Taylor Gabriel, Justin Hardy and Aldrick Robinson should pick up the slack.

Falcons believe they are deep at WR

Monday, August 15, 2016, 2:35pm

Atlanta Journal-Constitution - [Full Article]

Falcons star Julio Jones was praising fellow wide receiver Aldrick Robinson even before Robinson went out and starred for the Falcons in the exhibition opener against Washington on Thursday.

That performance by Robinson, who rates as no better than the No. 4 receiver, is an indication of the potential depth the Falcons have at wide receiver.

“He had a great game for us,” Jones said. “But there is more to come from Al. Also, a lot of the young guys. J.D. (McKissic), great guy, you will see a lot of him. Of course, Mohamed Sanu (and) myself. Just a lot of guys. We are out here, we are working and doing a good job.”

Fantasy Impact:

The story went on to say with Jones, Sanu and Justin Hardy set as the top three wide receivers, Robinson is in competition with four others for what likely are two more spots: McKissic, Nick Williams, Eric Weems, and Devin Fuller.

Saturday, December 6, 2014, 2:22pm - [Full Article]

Redskins wide receiver Aldrick Robinson was waived on Saturday, reports John Keim of

Robinson's career highlight has been a 68-yard bomb from Griffin in the Redskins' 38-31 victory over the Cowboys on Thanksgiving two years ago.

A one-dimensional deep threat, Robinson was seventh in the pecking order at wide receiver prior to his release. The 2011 sixth-round draft pick has caught just one pass for six yards this season.

Sunday, November 23, 2014, 2:57pm

Washington Inactives
David Amerson CB
Chris Baker NT
Kirk Cousins QB
Leonard Hankerson WR
Jordan Reed TE
Aldrick Robinson WR
Trent Williams T

Fantasy Impact:

Niles Paul makes for a borderline TE1 start with Jordan Reed out.

Tuesday, November 11, 2014, 10:46am

ESPN - [Full Article]

Leonard Hankerson isn’t sure what to expect, and that’s not surprising. The Redskins aren’t sure exactly what’s going to happen either now that they have another receiver in the rotation.

Hankerson will play his first game this season on Sunday, after missing the first nine thanks to ACL surgery last December. Now that he’s back, the Redskins have seven receivers (unless they opt to release one of them to make room for nose tackle Barry Cofield’s return this week).

And that means someone will get less playing time. Clearly it won’t be any of the top three wideouts -- DeSean Jackson, Pierre Garcon and Andre Roberts. It's hard to imagine much changing with how they've been used and how many targets they receive. If Hankerson is comfortable in the offense, he provides the Redskins a receiver who can run routes from various positions and, at 6-foot-2, he's also their tallest. His blocking isn’t bad, either.

It could be -- and should be, if he’s right -- that Hankerson plays ahead of Santana Moss and even Ryan Grant. It’s hard to see how Aldrick Robinson would be active with Hankerson around if he couldn’t be without him on the roster.

Tuesday, November 4, 2014, 7:26pm

ESPN - [Full Article]

The Redskins activated receiver Leonard Hankerson off the physically unable to perform list and cut corner Chase Minnifield.

The 6-foot-2 Hankerson provides the receiving corps with needed size and a player who can help at multiple spots. They've used him inside and outside in the past and he improved as a blocker, which helped the run game. He's coming off a torn ACL and subsequent surgery and is in the last year of his contract. Hankerson, a 2011 third-round choice, has 81 receptions in his first three years combined, with six touchdowns. He caught 30 passes in 10 games before getting hurt last season.

With Hankerson, the Redskins have seven receivers. Pierre Garcon, DeSean Jackson and Andre Roberts have combined for 103 catches and are firmly entrenched. They also have rookie Ryan Grant, who has five catches; Aldrick Robinson, who has one catch, and Santana Moss, who has none. Though Robinson has been inactive recently, they want to keep him around, in part because of his speed.

Robert Griffin III INACTIVE for Monday Night

Monday, October 27, 2014, 7:13pm

Redskin Inactives
Greg Ducre CB
Robert Griffin QB
Jackson Jeffcoat DE
Spencer Long G
Aldrick Robinson WR
Clifton Geathers DT
Tyler Polumbus T

Fantasy Impact:

No surprise here as reports all day indicated Griffin was closer to doubtful than questionable. Colt McCoy gets the start, but it isn't a great matchup against a Dallas defense playing well this season.

Sunday, October 12, 2014, 4:03pm

Washington Inactives
Robert Griffin QB
Jackson Jeffcoat DE
Spencer Long G
Morgan Moses T
Tracy Porter CB
Perry Riley ILB
Aldrick Robinson WR

Saturday, October 4, 2014, 2:04pm

Washington Post - [Full Article]

Four games into his 14th NFL season, Redskins WR Santana Moss has yet to play in a regular-season game under first-year Coach Jay Gruden, who has made him inactive for each contest.

But Gruden said he expects that to change going forward, although he didn’t spell out a circumstance or scenario for activating Moss. “He’s very close right now,” Gruden said of Moss, 35, whom he singled out for praise more than once during training camp.

Fantasy Impact:

As it stands, the story went on to say, Moss is caught in a numbers game through no fault of his own, the coach explained. It starts with the issue of raw speed. It’s a quality Gruden prizes in wide receivers, and three-time Pro Bowler DeSean Jackson has it, timed at 4.35 seconds in the 40-yard dash. With Jackson ailing since Week 2 with a left shoulder sprain, Gruden has chosen to keep fourth-year wide receiver Aldrick Robinson active as insurance, in case Jackson needs a break. Ryan Grant is also a factor in things. Even if Moss plays, he likely isn't going to be a safe fantasy option given the other WRs.

DeSean Jackson day-to-day with AC joint sprain

Sunday, September 14, 2014, 7:59pm

ESPN - [Full Article]

Redskins receiver DeSean Jackson also left the game in the first quarter with a shoulder injury and did not return. He was diagnosed with an AC joint sprain.

Fantasy Impact:

Jackson is considered day-to-day. If he's available Week 3, which happens to be against his former team, the Eagles, he'll have Kirk Cousins throwing him the ball as Robert Griffin III is out indefinitely with a dislocated ankle. If Jackson can't go, Andre Roberts likely gets the WR2 role and makes for a potentially sneaky start as the Eagles rank near the bottom in allowing fantasy points to WRs. Guys like Ryan Grant, Aldrick Robinson and Santana Moss now possibly pop up on the fantasy radar if Jackson can't go.

Monday, May 26, 2014, 12:34pm

Washington Post - [Full Article]

Redskins beat writer Mike Jones on the team's receiving corps:

There’s no question the starters are Pierre Garcon and DeSean Jackson, with slot man Andre Roberts joining them in frequently-used three-receiver sets. But the spots behind them remain up for grabs. Santana Moss had been the slot guy, but now returns on a non-guaranteed deal and will work to compete at whatever spot he can. Aldrick Robinson had served as the deep threat and backup to Garcon, but hasn’t been the most consistent or versatile guy in the past. Leonard Hankerson has seen some time in the slot, but might not fully recover from anterior cruciate ligament surgery until late July/early August. Fifth-round pick Ryan Grant and undrafted free agent Cody Hoffman will push veteran teammates who are on the bubble. Grant doesn’t have the speed that Robinson has, but he’s bigger, and he’s more versatile with the ability to play on special teams, which Robinson does not. Last weekend, Grant lined up both on the outside, and in the slot. He also served as a jammer and gunner on special teams. Gruden praised Grant, saying he played like a 10-year veteran at the minicamp. Meanwhile, Hoffman is the biggest receiver on the roster at 6-foot-4, 210 pounds, and he too plays special teams, having stood out in college as a return man. He also is a precise route runner with good hands, according to Gruden. The veterans could have to work extremely hard to fend off these two rookies.

Fantasy Impact:

The top three spots seem settled with Garcon, Jackson and Roberts. From a redraft fantasy standpoint, that's all that really matters.

Sunday, November 17, 2013, 9:27pm

Mike Jones on Twitter - [Full Article]

Redskins WR Leonard Hankerson suffered a possible LCL injury, HC Mike Shanahan said.

Fantasy Impact:

He didn't return to the game. Hankerson doesn't have a ton of fantasy value in your typical league. Aldrick Robinson was next up on the depth chart and fished with 60 yards and a TD.

Monday, September 23, 2013, 2:26pm - [Full Article]

Robert Griffin III appeared to make strides in his third start since his return from ACL surgery Sunday, even though the Redskins lost. But wide receiver Pierre Garcon believes RGIII still has a long way to go.

"He's not fully healthy, obviously," Garcon said Monday via the Washington Post. "He's running a little bit more. But last year's RGIII was a lot different from this year's RG because of his knee. It's not surprising."

Griffin showed some burst on a 21-yard scamper. And the storyline surrounding the game would be a lot different if receiver Aldrick Robinson caught a beautiful throw on a would-be 57-yard touchdown throw from Griffin.

Griffin is not the same guy he was a year ago, but the change in the Redskins defense is more dramatic. No team in NFL history has given up more total yards than the Redskins have in the first three weeks. The Redskins continue to play from behind, which has forced Griffin to throw the ball 139 times in three games.

Fantasy Impact:

Griffin his still racking up passing yards while his team often plays from behind. For now, the RGIII of last season is a bit away. He'll likely still be a QB1 many weeks, but this drives home the point he's - understandably - not all the way back yet from his reconstructed knee. The rushing yards will likely slowly start to come eventually.

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