Washington commanders player Brian Robinson shot while carjacking


Washington Commanders running back Brian Robinson (8) reacts after a game against the Kansas City Chiefs at GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium. (Jay Biggerstaff-USA TODAY Sports)



Brian Robinson, a freshly recruited runback from the team of Washington Commanders, had been shot at when he had been a victim to an attempt at a car robbery in Washington DC. from the official handle of the football team Washington Commanders across various platforms of social media, we were made aware that their new player, Brian Robinson Jr had been shot at while he was a victim of an attempted case of carjacking somewhere near washington, during this confrontation, he had taken some injuries on his person, thankfully, none of them are fatal or life threatening in nature, he is still at the hospital where he is in the process of healing, the officials of the team requested everyone to respect this and try not to disturb the privacy of their player, the officials from the team are also present at the hospital, the coach of the team of Washington commanders Ron Rivera, from his handle on the microblogging platform of twitter, said that he had gone to the hospital and had met with the young Brian, as Ron said, Brian is in high spirits and is grateful for the kind wishes and words of healing everyone is sending his way, he says that he appreciates the concerns of his fellow teammates and other officials who trying to reach out to him and offer support in any way possible, he said that he will recover soon and will be back in the game in no time to do what he does best.

What had happened while Brian Robinson was being carjacked.

As per the claims made by the reports of the Washington times, the shooting incident had occurred at 1000 H St. a firearm had been recovered from the scene of crime and the police are on the trail of two individuals who are suspected to be behind this shooting which was a part of an attempted case of Carjacking


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