Jags RB James Robinson to play vs. Colts

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After missing Week 9’s game against Buffalo due to the heel injury he sustained Week 8 in Seattle, Jacksonville Jaguars running back James Robinson will play against the Indianapolis Colts. The news comes as Robinson was deemed a game-time decision and had to work out for the team before Week 10’s away game.

Robinson was limited in practice Thursday and Friday after being a game-time decision last week. He was listed as questionable on the final injury report as a result.

The Jags’ doctors were obviously encouraged enough by what they saw out of Robinson during his pregame work out and his addition to the offense is huge, though he may not be at 100%. The team has only scored 19 points the past two weeks and could use its top scorer in Robinson who has four touchdowns to his name this season with 482 yards.

Even with Robinson back, though, Urban Meyer said the plan will be to utilize Carlos Hyde, too. The team also has Dare Ogunbowale listed among its active players for Sunday’s game, so he will be the No. 3 option at running back while also contributing on special teams.