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Bears WR Allen Robinson dealing with hamstring injury

Bears WR sits out Bears joint practice with the Miami Dolphins.

Chicago Bears Allen Robinson II (12) catches a ball during minicamp at Halas Hall.  Kamil Krzaczynski-USA TODAY Sports

Chicago Bears No. 1 receiver Allen Robinson missed practice on Wednesday and has been added to the injury report with a hamstring problem, per Brad Biggs of the Chicago Tribune. The team had a joint practice with the Miami Dolphins and it had rained earlier in the day, so the team could have just been playing it safe with their star receiver, but the injury will be worth monitoring. With Robinson out, Darnell Mooney slides into the No. 1 spot with Marquise Goodwin likely at No. 2.

Robinson has been one of the most consistent receivers in the league and without much competition for targets in Chicago, health would likely be the only factor that would keep him from yet another strong season in 2021.

DraftKings Sportsbook has the over/under for Robinson at 1090.5 receiving yards and 6.5 touchdowns this season. Right now veteran quarterback Andy Dalton is the favorite to start the season throwing to Robinson, but rookie Justin Fields will likely get his shot at some point.