Vikings LE Brian Robison (shoulder) is officially questionable, but expects to play in Sunday's season finale against the Packers.
Vikings declared DE Brian Robison (shoulder) inactive for Sunday's Week 16 game against the Texans.
Vikings DE Brian Robison (shoulder) returned to practice Friday and is listed as questionable for Week 16.
Vikings DE Brian Robison (shoulder) has been diagnosed with a Grade 3 sprained A/C joint.
Vikings DE Brian Robison was forced from Sunday's game against the Rams with a shoulder injury, and will not return.
After reviewing all of the Vikings' 2011 defensive snaps, 1500 ESPN's Tom Pelissero expects LE Brian Robison to "justify his deal and then some" going forward.
Vikings LE Brian Robison is done for the day with a concussion.
Brian Robison is expected to open the season as the Vikings' clear-cut starting left defensive end.
Vikings agreed to terms with DE Brian Robison on a three-year, $14.1 million contract.
The Minneapolis Star-Tribune's Judd Zulgad believes the Vikings have a better chance to re-sign free agent DE Brian Robison than free agent DE Ray Edwards.
Vikings interim coach Leslie Frazier said that while LE Ray Edwards (ankle) will regain his starting job when he's healthy, Brian Robison has made a case to receive more playing time.
Vikings DL Brian Robison was shaken up in the second quarter of Monday's Week 5 game against the Vikings.
Brian Robison took the majority of offseason snaps at left defensive end this offseason with unsigned restricted free agent Ray Edwards staying away.
Vikings DE Brian Robison underwent arthroscopic surgery on his right knee Tuesday and is expected to miss "a few weeks."