Robert Griffin III isn't taking the slow-and-steady approach to his knee rehabilitation.
The Washington Post is reporting that a person close to the second-year quarterback said that Griffin's knee "feels great" and that he believes he has done everything in his power to return for the opening of training camp. The Post's source also said that Griffin is running and cutting without pain.
Redskins consultant and famed sports orthopedic surgeon Dr. James Andrews, who performed the surgery on Griffin's knee Jan. 9, will have the final call on when Griffin returns to the field.
Griffin, who suffered damaged to his right knee during the Redskins' 24-14 loss to the Seahawks on Jan. 6 during a wild-card matchup, is coming off a dazzling rookie season during which he threw for 3,200 yards with 20 touchdowns and five interceptions. He also ran for 815 yards and seven touchdowns and was named Offensive Rookie of the Year.
Griffin initially injured that knee in the first quarter of the wil...