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Robert Griffin III says he's ''ready to move on'' and take a bigger role in practice as he works his way back from knee surgery.
The Washington Redskins quarterback said Monday he's had no soreness or swelling in his right knee during the first week-and-a-half of training camp.
Coach Mike Shanahan has limited Griffin to 7-on-7 drills during camp, keeping the quarterback away from 11-on-11 sessions.
Griffin says he can only accomplish so much in the 7-on-7s.
Says Griffin: ''Coach will tell you something else, but I'm ready to move on.''
Griffin said he's hopeful to start 11-on-11 drills next week.
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Robert Griffin III and Washington Redskins coach Mike Shanahan have conflicting timetables on Griffin’s return.
Griffin underwent knee surgery seven months ago following an injury in the 2012 post-season. Since, Griffin has not participated in anything more than 7-on-7 drills.
Now ten days into training camp Griffin insists he is ready to move on to full team activities.
Redskins sophomore quarterback Robert Griffin III has yet to suffer a setback
to his reconstructed knee through the first week of training camp, according to
NFL.com's Chris Wesseling. During the 2012 regular season, Griffin suffered a torn ACL and LCL in what would become known as the most scrutinized right knee in America. Remarkably, he only missed one game last...
Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III told reporters today that he’s ready to do more than 7 on 7 drills during training camp, per the Washington Post.
Robert Griffin III says he’s “ready to move on” and take a bigger role in practice as he works his way back from knee surgery.
Griffin says his knee is doing well and he hasn’t had any swelling so far.
Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III spoke with the media follow Monday morning’s practice.
Robert Griffin III is getting impatient; maybe even a little frustrated. He wants to play, he wants to get back in to the mix, and Redskins Head Coach Mike Shanahan is saying no.
Shanahan is in effect holding RG3 back--but it's for his own good.
RG3 had knee surgery seven months ago, and the team has been very careful about what they have allowed...
Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III has
recovered from surgery on his knee to the point where he’s participating in
seven-on-seven drills during training camp. This is farther ahead than a lot of
people thought Griffin would be at this point, but the quarterback told
reporters – including The Washington Post – that he’s “ready to move on” and
Robert Griffin III says the plan is for him to take part in his first 11-on-11 drills at Washington Redskins training camp on Tuesday.
Griffin calls it a ''new phase'' in his return from knee surgery. And he unveiled a new hairdo - cornrows instead of dreadlocks - to go along with it.
Griffin has been kept out of full team drills by coach Mike Shanahan. The quarterback...
Washington Redskins head coach Mike Shanahan confirmed today that quarterback Robert Griffin III doesn’t have any swelling in his knee and hasn’t suffered any set backs so far.
“I thought he had a good week. The best part about it there wasn’t any setback,” said Shanahan, via Chris Russell of ESPN 980.
Shanahan told reporters they have multiple plans in place for Griffin...
The main concern of the Washington Redskins is quarterback
Robert Griffin III’s surgically-repaired right knee. So far, the knee hasn’t
been cause for concern, as the signal caller made it through his first week of
practice without suffering a setback. With the successful first week under
Griffin’s belt, head coach Mike Shanahan told Tarik El-Bashir of The Washington
Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III impressed coach Mike Shanahan with his accuracy in this week's practices. Now Shanahan is buoyed by Griffin's ability to get through the week without a setback to his surgically repaired knee.
"I thought he had a good week" Shanahan said Saturday via The Washington Post. "The best part about it (was) there...
The Big Leagues ACL-tear-recovery demi-god Robert Griffin III recently invited one of his fans to spend a day at Redskins training camp to
Look at London Fletcher's career stats, particularly the column of numbers under the letter ''G.''
Nothing but 16s for ''Games'' played. On and on and on. Through four years with the St. Louis Rams. Five with the Buffalo Bills. Six with the Washington Redskins.
It's become routine to say that Fletcher has never missed a game in his NFL career...