Giants Cornerback Won't Return This Season

It looks like his season is over.

New York Giants head coach Brian Daboll said Tuesday that cornerback Aaron Robinson is ''doubtful'' to return this season.
Robinson suffered a knee injury against the Chicago Bears on Oct. 2 and was placed on the injured reserve two days later.

Robinson is now eligible to return, however, Daboll's comments indicate that the cornerback is nowhere close to being ready to return to game action.

After playing 95 percent of the Giants' defensive snaps in Week 1 against the Tennessee Titans, Robinson missed the next two games after undergoing an appendectomy. He logged just 10 snaps in Week 4 before being removed from the game with the knee injury.

In total, the twenty-four-year-old has six tackles and one pass defended over two games this season. Fabian Moreau has taken over the starting role in his absence.
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