Phil Sears-US PRESSWIRE
The Jaguars wide receiver returned to practice on Wednesday after missing two games following concussion injuries.
Jaguars wide receiver Laurent Robinson passed his concussion test and was cleared to return to practice on Wednesday, Mike Mularkey told the media, after two games out of the lineup following multiple concussions early in the season.
Robinson left the game in Week 4 against the Bengals following a reception in which he stayed on the ground following a tackle. He was diagnosed with a concussion and spent an extended amount of time recovering from the injury as he was unable to pass a concussion test for the following three weeks.
In Robinson's place, Mike Thomas got the start for the Jaguars against the Bears in Week 5 before Cecil Shorts III got the start in his place for Week 7 against the Raiders. Considering Shorts' success in the role, including a 42-yard touchdown reception in the first quarter, it's not unthinkable that Shorts could remain in the starting lineup.
Robinson caught nine passes for 134 yards in his four starts to begin the season.