Saints vs. Buccaneers 2013, NFL injury report: New Orleans' cornerback Patrick Robinson hurts leg

Chris Graythen

The Saints suffered a loss to their secondary after Patrick Robinson injured his right leg during Week 2's clash against the Bucs.

The Saints and Buccaneers met in a close contest in Tampa Bay in Week 2. The visiting Saints were able to steal a 16-14 road win over the Bucs, but did suffer a loss on the injury front. The Bucs were also hit with the injury bug as well, with an injury to their defensive line.

Tampa Bay suffered an loss to their defensive front when veteran defensive tackle Derek Landri went down with a knee injury. He did not return to the game. According to Jenna Laine of Sports Talk Florida, Landri was seen walking gingerly and had his knee examined by the Tampa Bay medical staff.

The Saints suffered an injury to their secondary in Week 2's win against the Bucs. Cornerback Patrick Robinson was carted off the field on Sunday following an injury to his right leg. According to Jim Corbett of USA Today, an air cast was put on Robinson's leg as he exited the field in Tampa Bay. An update on his injury is expected to come on Monday.

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