Robert Griffin III 10 | Quarterback

Washington Redskins

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Wed. Sep 24, 2014 Subscribe 
News: Griffin (ankle) had his hard cast replaced with a walking boot, the Washington Post reports. Impact: There is still no exact timetable for Griffin's return. Reports have varied from 4 to 8 weeks or more.(RotoWire, )
Tue. Sep 23, 2014
News: Griffin (dislocated left ankle) is currently expected to miss at least six weeks, the Washington Post reports. Impact: Six weeks is the best-case scenario. Even if he's able to recover in that time, it's uncertain whether he'll be ready to take the field. Kirk Cousins remains the starting QB for now.(RotoWire, )
Thu. Sep 18, 2014
News: Griffin is slated to wear a cast on his dislocated left ankle for about 10 days, after which he will be re-evaluated, the Washington Post reports. Impact: Beyond that, a precise timetable for Griffin's possible return has not been outlined, though coach Jay Gruden suggested a potential scenario in which the QB's rehab process might run in the four-to-six week range. In any case, while the report offers continued hope that Griffin could return to action later this season, he is still looking at a multiple-week absence, with Kirk Cousins slated to start at quarterback for the team in the meantime.(RotoWire, )
Tue. Sep 16, 2014
News: Griffin did not break any bones when he dislocated his left ankle Sunday and is expected to avoid surgery, the Washington Post reports. Impact: Per coach Jay Gruden, there's still no exact timetable for Griffin's return, but there is some optimism that the QB could be healthy before the end of the season. "We'll know in a few more weeks as far as how long he will be out," Gruden noted Monday. "We're going to send his results of the MRI off to Dr. [Robert] Anderson, a foot and ankle specialist, and get it casted up and we'll just go from there." Moreover, Gruden added that Griffin will definitely not be placed on IR by the team. In the meantime, Kirk Cousins will start at quarterback for Washington, backed up by Colt McCoy.(RotoWire, )
Sun. Sep 14, 2014
News: Two media outlets are reporting that Robert Griffin III says an MRI showed no broken bones in his injured left ankle, leaving open the possibility that he could play again this season. Impact: The Washington Post and reported that the Washington Redskins quarterback said Monday that he "positive news" on the results from the exam on the dislocated left ankle he suffered in the first quarter of the Redskins' win over the Jacksonville Jaguars. The injury is often accompanied by a fracture that requires season-ending surgery. If he doesn't need surgery, Griffin could perhaps return in about two months.(STATS, 12:47pm)
Robert Griffin III
2014 Season
Ht: 6' 2"  Wt: 222  Age: 24
Born: 2/12/1990, Okinawa, Japan
College: Baylor
NFL Experience: 3rd season
Drafted: 2012 - Rd 1
(2nd overall by the Redskins)
Salary: $2,309,918
Injury Status
No reported Injury