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Robert Griffin III is officially listed as probable for the Washington Redskins game against the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday. Coach Mike Shanahan indicated on Friday that the star rookie quarterback would return to action after missing last Sunday's game with a sprained lateral collateral ligament.
“When I say ‘probable,’ there’s a very, very good chance he’s going to play,"Shanahan said Friday. “It doesn’t look like there’s any setbacks with him. But if something crazy happened, obviously, we would know before the game. But talking to him after practice, he’s fine.”
Shanahan said that Griffin took all of the first team reps on Friday, and that he's sure the team's doctors will clear him to play.
“If I put him as probable, it’s 98 percent, so that’s pretty good. I know I’m not a doctor,” Shanahan said with a chuckle, “but he took all the reps today.”
The Redskins other players listed as probable for Sunday are linebacker London Fletcher (spra
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Robert Griffin, III came back after two weeks of suffering a sprained LCL knee injury and was able to lead the Washington Redskins to a 27-20 win over the Philadelphia Eagles in Week 16 of the 2012 NFL season. It was an effecient effort by Griffin, one that seen him throw for two touchdowns and throw one interception. Alfred Morris had another superb day running the ball as he was...
The fallout from Rob Parker's now infamous First Take segment continues.
Citing multiple sources, SI.com's Richard Deitsch reported "at least one" of the show's producers has been suspended as a result of Parker's racially-motivated rant regarding Robert Griffin III.
This comes one day after the Worldwide Leader banned Parker for 30 days, a suspension...
Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III fully practiced for a second straight day on Thursday, but still hasn’t been cleared by doctors even though he hasn’t suffered any setbacks.
Shanahan: “No setback” today for QB @rgiii. Says doctors yet to clear him to play Sunday vs. Philadelphia.
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According to CSNWashington.com, Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III has been fined by the NFL for wearing Adidas licensed apparel during a postgame press conference after their week 14 win over the Ravens a couple of weeks ago.
Robert Griffin III has been fined $10,000 for his postgame attire following the Redskins’ victory over the Ravens, an NFL official...
Robert Griffin III fully practiced Wednesday, with NFL.com's Albert Breer reporting the rookie quarterback was expected to play Sunday against the Philadelphia Eagles.
Washington Redskins coach Mike Shanahan cautioned that the team would see how Griffin responded Thursday before getting too optimistic. It's safe to be optimistic now.
Griffin fully practiced again, and...
Obviously this is a tree of a Washington Redskins and Robert Griffin III fanatic. But how much is too much? Answer: this is too much.
Santana Moss #89 of the Washington Redskins catches a touchdown pass from RG3 in the third quarter against the Philadelphia Eagles. Nice, Santana, NICE! (Patrick McDermott/Getty Images North America)
ESPN has suspended analyst Rob Parker for 30 days for questioning the "blackness" of Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III on ESPN2's "First Take" show last week, the network announced Thursday. The network said more oversight has been added to the live show and its repeat airings. "ESPN has decided to suspend Rob Parker for 30 days for...
According to Richard Deitsch of Sports Illustrated, ESPN has suspended Rob Parker for 30 days, following his controversal comments regarding Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III.
Parker issued an apology on Twitter yesterday, which was likely prompted by ESPN.
I really doubt this is the last time Parker will come out and stick his foot in his mouth by saying something dumb and...
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Put on your thinking caps and open your minds as I try to explain to you how the corruptive forces of America's illicit drug war and mass incarceration can be seen in ESPN's morning debate festival First Take.
The show has been in the news the past week because its part-time clown, Rob Parker, gleefully swallowed Skip Bayless' bait and discussed Robert...
Redskins coach Mike Shanahan said Friday that quarterback Robert Griffin III, linebacker London Fletcher and center Will Montgomery are all probable for Sundays game at Philadelphia., Mike Jones of the Washington Post reports.
Griffin missed last weeks win over Cleveland with a sprained LCL. Montgomery suffered a sprained MCL last week, and Fletcher has been hampered by a...
Handing out labels following Skins games. Today, a 27-20 win at Philly.
Robert Griffin III — The mobility wasn’t there, and I could’ve sworn he had just an okay game throwing the ball, but he ended up with a 102.2 rating, so what do I know.
Ryan Kerrigan — His strip-sack early on shifted momentum big time. Picked up another sack later. Now has a career-high 8.5....
Robert Griffin III was limited with a knee brace but still threw two touchdowns passes, and the Washington Redskins held on against the Philadelphia Eagles, 27-20, to put themselves on the brink of a division title.
In perhaps Andy Reid's final home game as their head coach, the Eagles scored a late touchdown and reached the Washington 5-yard line in the closing seconds. The...
Washington Redskins stand out rookie QB Robert Griffin III was sixth overall in the NFL in fan voting for the NFL Pro Bowl. Among NFC quarterbacks, Griffin was second, behind Green Bay QB Aaron Rodgers.
Pretty impressive for a rookie.
Denver QB Peyton Manning topped New England QB Tom Brady for the top spot overall in fan voting. Manning received 993.045 votes. In...