Teenage shooter of NFL running back also guilty of killing another teen two weeks later

A teen has admitted his guilt for discharging a firearm at Commanders running back Brian Robinson in August, and for the murder of a 15-year-old boy in Washington, D.C. shortly after.

The shooter, who has yet to be identified, was only 14 years old when he fired the fatal shots at Robinson. On Monday, he confessed in court that he and a 17-year-old companion had plotted to carjack Robinson, and that a physical altercation ensued between Robinson and the 17-year-old.

The 14-year-old fired two bullets at Robinson – one in his knee and the other in his hip.

Robinson suffered an injury, but fortunately, the bullets did not cause severe harm, allowing him to return to the field as early as Week Five.

A few weeks after the shooting of Robinson, a 15-year-old boy named Andre Robertson was fatally shot while at the home of a family member. The individual who shot Robinson has now admitted their guilt for voluntary manslaughter in the case, as reported by the Washington Post.

The now 15-year-old boy is in the custody of the Department of Youth Rehabilitation Services and is scheduled to be sentenced on March 8.