Brian Robinson, a rookie with the Washington Commanders, has returned to practise less than three weeks after being shot during an attempted armed robbery or carjacking.

Robinson underwent surgery after being shot twice in the glute and leg on August 28.

The healing process for Brian Robinson's several gunshot wounds is still going well.

On Wednesday, Robinson used a stationary bike, and on Thursday, he practised his agility.

Robinson has a long way to go, but his improvement has been amazing.

The 23-year-old running back uploaded a video of himself performing an individual training drill on Instagram on Thursday.

Robinson was added to the Washington Commanders' non-football injury list prior to the start of the NFL season.

As a result, Robinson may make a comeback for the Commanders' fifth game of the season if healthy.

Brian Robinson Jr. is a running back in the National Football League for the Washington Commanders.

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