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In the past, it has seemed as though the only way to deal with the Washington Redskins was to pick someone, or something, to direct your anger at and blame for why the team wasn’t able to find success. Likewise, there have always been easy scapegoats, deserving or not, readily available. Often times the quarterback serves this purpose, with some more deserving than others. The...
Redskins fans won't like hearing this. Robert Griffin III expressed concern about his knee after injuring it in the first quarter.
The Washington Redskins and QB Robert Griffin III received the worst possible news on Tuesday. He sustained a complete tear of both his ACL and LCL, confirmed by Dr. James Andrews. Surgery is schedule for this morning around 7 a.m. EST. Griffin aggravated his knee injury in Sunday’s playoff loss to the Seattle Seahawks. The recovery time for the surgery is reportedly 6-8 months...
Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III is slated
to undergo surgery to repair partial tears to his ACL and LCL tomorrow,
according to Jeff Darlington of NFL.com.
Latest on RGIII: A source close to Griffin tells me surgery is now scheduled for Wednesday morning. So tomorrow, we'll also know about ACL.
— Jeff Darlington (@JeffDarlington) January 9, 2013
It’s official, Robert Griffin III requires total reconstructive surgery of his right knee to repair a torn anterior cruciate and lateral collateral ligaments in his right knee that he injured doing the wildcard game against the Seahawks on Sunday. The same knee he injured in 2009 while at Baylor. Griffin will undergo surgery today (Wednesday) [...]
During the past week I found myself apart of and very amused by my colleague and pal James Fitzgerald’s article and debate, claiming a case could be made for RG3 to be given this season’s NFL MVP award. To his credit, he made several key points to support his argument, but I have details to better support my being the yin to his yang. Robert Griffin III, or by his fan preferred...
The moment when Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III actually got injured will probably always be a mystery. Some say it was the play when you saw his knee give out.
Mike Shanahan seems to think it was the play before during a pileup. If you ask Griffin III, or actually if you listen to NFL Networks “Sound FX,” RG3 can be heard conversing with offensive tackle Trent Williams...
Tweet When the Washington Redskins gave up numerous first round draft choices to the St. Louis rams to move up to the No. 2 spot in this year’s NFL Draft some questioned if the move a good one. After Robert Griffin III accounted for 4,015 total yards (3,200 pass, 815 rush) with 27 touchdowns [...]
Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III is set to
undergo total reconstruction surgery of his knee for complete tears of the ACL
and LCL, according to Chris Mortensen of ESPN. Mortensen adds that the
projected recovery timeframe for such a procedure is six-to-eight months.
Redskins QB Robert Griffin III will undergo total reconstruction of knee for complete tear of ACL...
The NFL players' union does not plan a formal investigation into how the Washington Redskins medical staff handled Robert Griffin III's knee injury.
The NFL Players Association said Friday that they were satisfied with a report received from the Redskins detailing the procedures used by team physician James Andrews and other staff on the sidelines.
Griffin had reconstructive...
ESPN's Chris Mortensen reports that Robert Griffin III will undergo a full knee reconstruction after Dr. James Andrews diagnosed the star Redskins' quarterback with a complete tear of his right ACL and LCL. Andrews will perform the surgery in approximately six hours:
Redskins QB Robert Griffin III will undergo total reconstruction of knee for complete tear of ACL and LCL...
ESPN’s Chris Mortensen is reports that Redskins QB Robert Griffin III will need a full knee reconstruction after it was revealed that he has ”complete” tears in both his ACL and LCL.
Mortensen adds that Griffin is expected to miss 6-8 months while he rehabs his injured knee.
“He should be ready for the 2013 season opener according to the sources that I spoke with,”...
None other than the great Dr. James Andrews has decided that Robert Griffin III will require total reconstructive surgery to repair the ACL (...
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While it's not a hockey story. I thought it was a significant sports story, that is in the Washington Post. This story has also gotten some discussion around the talk radio show circuit today and I was wondering what others thought about it"?
Courtland Milloy, Washington Post --- So, Washington...