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According to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network, there’s a 50-50 chance that Chiefs cornerback Dunta Robinson will play on Sunday against the Cowboys, who’s currently by his cousins side after he was involved in a car accident.
Robinson’s cousin has slipped into a coma and is in intensive care, requiring the assistance of a breathing machine, according to ESPN, which first reported the story.
Robinson was absent from practice this week for undisclosed personal reasons and was listed as questionable on the Chiefs’ injury report. He has not been officially ruled out.
Robinson’s family is certainly more important than the game of football. His cousin will be in our prayers.
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Kansas City Chiefs cornerback Dunta Robinson is expected to miss Sunday’s game against the Dallas Cowboys to be with a cousin who was hit by a car, ESPN reported Saturday, citing a source. One of Robinson’s first cousins slipped into a coma and is in Intensive Care, requiring a breathing machine, according to the report. […]
Yesterday evening we reported that Chiefs CB Dunta Robinson was 50-50 to play against the Cowboys. It now appears that Robinson, who is officially questionable, is unofficially out.
PFT has confirmed, via a league source, that Robinson will not be available for the Week Two game against Dallas.-ProFootballTalk.com
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