Dunta Dedicated to Play in 2008; Most Likely Headed for PUP

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Texans All-Pro CB Dunta Robinson’s horrid torn ACL and hamstring injury will most likely keep him from playing six weeks into the season, and according to HoustonTexans.com, Dunta will play in 2008. Robinson said on the subject, “I’m thinking I’m probably playing 10-12 games next season. I’ll probably start the year off on Physically Unable to Perform (list) and I think that’s either 4-6 games that I’ll be out, and I’ll be back. I’ll be back way ahead of schedule.” Robinson said, “Sorry to disappoint the people that thought I was going to be out for a year, year and a half – that’s not going to happen.”

Texans fans know Robinson’s competitiveness and willingness to put it all on the field, and it should be no surprise that Robinson’s rehabilitation has been progressing well. If he is placed on PUP, he’ll be elgible to return in Week 7, giving the Texans secondary time to improve the experience of CBs Fred Bennett, Jacques Reeves, a rookie draft pick, and “Petey” Faggins.


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