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Though it is only a little more than a month since Robert Griffin III underwent reconstructive knee surgery, Washington Redskins officials are encouraged enough with his recovery to believe he has a legitimate chance to start in the 2013 opener.
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The Redskins reportedly are so impressed with Robert Griffin III's initial recovery following knee surgery that the team believes there is a chance he'll be back for Week 1.
A tad more than a month since Washington’s field general underwent reconstructive surgery to repair the ACL and LCL ligaments in his right knee, Redskins team officials are confident that quarterback Robert Griffin III will be healthy and ready to … Continue reading →
Unfortunately, this image of Redskins' quarterback Robert Griffin III trying and failing to recover a fumble, while his leg bent the entire wrong way, is THE lasting image from a wonderful 2012 campaign for the 'Skins. It shouldn't be that way, but it is. Let's stay positive: winning seven in a row to climb from 3-6 to division champs (10-6), let's face it, it...
The Redskins received the greatest news of the off-season so far when they found out that quarterback Robert Griffin III is expected to be ready for the Redskins season opener.If "RGIII" makes a return by week one he will be on the level with Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson as far as recovering from a serious knee injury. Peterson exploded in 2012, to have...
Robert Griffin III lays on the Redskins’ deteriorated NFL turf after tearing his ACL in a NFC Divisional Round showdown with Seattle. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon)
Washington Redskins General Manager Bruce Allen said at the groundbreaking of the team’s new training facility on Thursday that the Washington D.C. based team has no plans to change its controversial name.
The Washington Redskins are encouraged enough with
quarterback Robert Griffin III’s recovery to believe he has a “legitimate
chance” to start on opening day, according to Adam Schefter of ESPN.
Redskins officials already are encouraged enough with @rgiii's recovery to believe he has a legitimate chance to start on opening day.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) February...
Fantasy Football News – According to Washington Redskins officials, they are encouraged enough with the recovery so far with Robert Griffin III knee that they believe that there is a great shot at him being able to play in Week 1 of the 2013 NFL season.
FFLockerRoom Take - The Redskins rookie played well above most of his competition in 2012 before suffering a knee injury late...
Robert Griffin III‘s season ended with the agony of a partially torn ACL a little over one month ago, but the Redskins expect their franchise quarterback to be back on the field come Week 1 of the regular season.
Griffin tore his ACL and LCL in the Redskins’ 24-14 wild card playoff loss to the Seattle Seahawks on Jan. 6. The initial timeline for his recovery was set for between...
Sources are reporting that Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III has a good chance to start the Redskins 2013 opener. The second-year pro underwent reconstructive knee surgery in early January after the playoff loss to the Seattle Seahawks.
RGIII still has a long way to go in his rehabilitation, but this is certainly encouraging news for the star quarterback. The 2012 NFL
According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, Washington Redskins officials are so encouraged with Robert Griffin III’s rehab from ACL surgery that they believe there’s a good chance he’ll be ready to play week one of 2013 season.
This sounds great, but we’re six months away from the 2013 regular season. I don’t know how the Redskins can be so confident when Griffin has plentyof...
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