Denard Robinson 'Good To Go' Against Purdue; Jonas Mouton Questionable

Michigan's injury report for Saturday's game against Purdue is out and the good news is Denard Robinson isn't on it. Robinson left last Saturday's Illinois game with concussion-like symptoms, suffering a headache and some dizziness. The symptoms must have been a one-day type of thing, though, because Robinson was all good as early as Monday of this week and will be "good to go" on Saturday against the Boilermakers.

As for players actually on the injury report, there are four worth mentioning. The first is linebacker Jonas Mouton, who is questionable with a chest injury. He is Michigan's best linebacker, so it would be a blow to lose him. In the probable category are Perry Dorrestein and Fitzgerald Toussaint. Dorrestein has been replaced by Mark Huyge the last couple weeks and there hasn't been much of a drop off, but it'd be nice for Dorrestein to return. Toussaint has played all of two snaps this season because he has been dealing with so many injuries. Who knows if he will actually play on Saturday, but for his sake it'd be nice if he was healthy enough to get in the game.

The other player worth mentioning is Teric Jones, who is out for the season after tearing his ACL against Illinois. He joins the lengthy list of players out with season-ending injuries.

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