Washington Commanders running back Brian Robinson Jr. received a standing ovation when he returned to FedExField more than a month after he was shot and wounded in an attempted robbery.

Robinson was activated for the game and was in full pads and gear when he ran out onto the field ahead of their game against the Tennessee Titans. The rookie running back received one carry for two yards in the first quarter as Washington hoped to snap their three-game losing streak.

Washington head coach Ron Rivera said Wednesday that Robinson was on the right track to play in the game and talked about the former Alabama standout’s mental well-being going into Week 5.