Laurent Robinson left Sunday's game against the Cincinnati Bengals after making a first down catch, as he came down awkwardly and slammed his head. Robinson immediately grasped his helmet and waved over the training staff as he lay on the field.
Jacksonville Jaguars head coach Mike Mularkey told reporters on Monday that Robinson was back in the concussion program and would likely be out against the Chicago Bears, and that the injury was much more worrisome than the concussion Robinson suffered against the Colts the week prior.
This puts the concussion count for Robinson at three for the 2012 season, that we know of. Robinson will now be out until after the bye week, when the Jaguars travel to the west coast to take on the Oakland Raiders.
Even when Robinson has been on the football field, he's been underwhelming to say the least, kind of like the rest of the players on the 2012 Jaguars.