Cowboys coach not fully recovered from getting hit

Dallas Cowboys receivers coach Jimmy Robinson
says he's feeling better, but not back to full speed since getting
run over by a player at the start of training camp.
Even though he's no longer having headaches, Robinson says his
energy is not quite back where it needs to be. He says he feels "a
little strange" when he tries to jog back and forth so he's still
walking everywhere he goes.
The 58-year-old coach was knocked unconscious and sustained a
concussion after being run over by receiver Teddy Williams during a
punt return drill July 30, the first day the Cowboys were in pads.
Robinson, also the team's assistant head coach, is in his first
season with Dallas after coming from the Super Bowl champion Green
Bay Packers.