• Griffin hurt in Washington, stays in game

    Summary of 6 articles · Updated Dec 9, 2012
    “At some point you have to do what’s right for the team,” Griffin said. After that one play, Griffin returned to the game.  I couldn't move," Griffin said, according to Redskins.com.  If I would have played for the rest of the game, I probably would have hurt myself even more." Griffin came out for one play, then returned and completed a 15-yard pass to Santana Moss and a 22-yard pass to Pierre Garcon . Rookie backup Kirk Cousins came in and threw a touchdown pass to Garcon and then executed a quarterback draw on the two-point conversion to tie the game and force overtime.
    • Griffin’s MRI shows no major injury, but he has a sprained knee

      The Redskins have to be relieved that the MRI on Robert Griffin III showed no major damage in his right knee. That's the good news, which was announced by the team on Sunday evening. That doesn't mean Griffin is totally healthy though. The team announce…
      Source: yahoo.com
    • Robert Griffin’s status up in the air for Week 15

      The good news for Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin is that an MRI on his right knee shows no serious ligament damage. The bad news is that he could still miss a game because of it. Per a source with knowledge of the situation, Griffin will get treatm…
    • Griffin doesn’t believe he tore his ACL

      When the leg of Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III whipped violently during a fourth-quarter hit from Ravens defensive lineman Haloti Ngata, it looked like the injury to his right knee could be bad. It still may not be great, but Griffin said after…
    • Redskins' Griffin upbeat following injury

      LANDOVER, Md. -- Robert Griffin III was upbeat after suffering an injury to his right knee late in the fourth quarter of the Washington Redskins’ 31-28 overtime win over the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday afternoon. Griffin had X-rays taken of his knee and
      Source: ESPN.com
  • 'Skins Lose RGIII, Beat Ravens

    With Robert Griffin III leaving late, it was left to Washington's other rookie QB to fuel a victory, says Chris Burke. Kirk Cousins lifted the 'Skins to a 31-28 OT win over the Ravens.
    Source: CNNSI.com

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