Wide receiver Koren Robinson returned to Packers practice on Thursday after his court appearance in Kirkland, Washington. Robinson was ordered by the court to spend 90-days in jail for a probation violation and still faces another court appearance later this month in Minnesota. But Robinson was glad to be back on the practice field and have the first of his two hearings behind him. Robinson returns just in time to potentially make more of an impact on the Packers offense. Robinson should see more playing time with the foot injury to Robert Ferguson. Robinson said he's good with the playbook and is ready to go. Robinson was on probation after he pleaded guilty to a drunken driving charge in May 2005 in Kirkland, but his five year sentence was suspended on the condition that he abstain from alcohol and maintain a clean record. He still hasn't resolved his case in Minnesota where he was arrested August 16 in Mankato. Robinson was charged with six criminal counts, including two involving drunken driving. He's accused of fleeing police at over 100 miles per hour.
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