After last weekend’s ugly hit and apparent knee injury, many wondered how much time Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III would be forced to miss as a result. The answer could be none, as the dynamic rookie was able to participate in practice Wednesday and signs point toward Griffin suiting up for the Redskins this weekend against the Cleveland Browns, reports Gregg Rosenthal of NFL.com.
Robert Griffin III was a limited participant in practice Wednesday with a sprained lateral collateral ligament, but Washington Redskins coach Mike Shanahan was "impressed" with how his rookie quarterback looked.
After taking the hit late in last Sunday’s game against the Baltimore Ravens, Griffin was able to remain in the game for the next few plays. However, he was ultimately removed in place of backup quarterback Kirk Cousins and watched the remainder of the contest from the sidelines.
Earlier this week the Redskins announced that Griffin had sustained a minor knee injury and did not rule out the possibility of him playing against the Browns.