IRVING, Texas --Following Friday's return to practice, wide receiver Laurent Robinson said his injured shoulder felt good and he's "ready to roll" Sunday night against the Giants.
Robinson started the last four games in place of Miles Austin (hamstring), who's expected to return Sunday as well. A healthy Robinson would give quarterback Tony Romo his full complement of receivers and for really the first time all season.
Robinson ranks third on the team with 42 catches for 626 yards and seven touchdowns, briefly left last week's loss to Arizona but was able to finish the game. He didn't practice Wednesday and Thursday.
If active Sunday, he'd likely work as the third receiver and move outside in three-wide sets whenever Austin moves into the slot.