A’Shawn Robinson may already have played his last game as a Detroit Lion.
Robinson, who’ll be a free agent in March, was one of two Lions listed as a non-participant in the Lions’ estimated practice report Wednesday.
Robinson has not played since a Week 14 loss to the Minnesota Vikings because of a shoulder injury. A second-round pick in 2016, he told the Free Press earlier this year he would deal with contractual matters after the season.
Right tackle Rick Wagner also was listed as a non-participant Wednesday because of a knee injury that’s kept him since the Vikings game.
Left tackle Taylor Decker (ankle), linebacker Devon Kennard (shoulder) and safety Tavon Wilson (hamstring) were listed as limited participants.
The Lions (3-11-1) did not practice Wednesday because of the Christmas holiday. They finish the season Sunday against the Green Bay Packers (12-3).
“We always try to just take a look and see when the holidays come around and what we can do to work our schedule out,” Lions coach Matt Patricia said Tuesday. “We know everybody has family and trying to celebrate the holidays together.
“We had a good day (Tuesday) just working on the things that we normally do game plan-wise (on Wednesday). Then (on Wednesday) everybody gets a chance to spend some time with their families, and then we’ll be back at it Thursday back in our normal routine.”
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Published at Wed, 25 Dec 2019 16:11:10 +0000