SAN ANTONIO --Ten days after he got knocked unconscious and suffered a concussion in a frightening accidental collision with wide receiver Teddy Williams, assistant head coach/wide receivers Jimmy Robinson is participating in practices again and expects to be on the sideline during Thursday's preseason opener.
Robinson said his residual headaches have mostly subsided.
"I don't think I'm quite back to full speed yet, but I'm feeling pretty good," said Robinson, who was hospitalized the day of the accident (July 30) for evaluation. "My energy's not quite back up where it needs to be. If I start to jog back and forth that feels a little strange. I'm walking everywhere I go right now, but hopefully that'll come back soon. Feeling a lot better, though."
Williams, who injured his hamstring trying to avoid Robinson on the sideline, could miss multiple more weeks.