The Washington Redskins are two victories away from an NFC East Division crown and it’s looking like Robert Griffin III will be available for Sunday’s meeting with the Philadelphia Eagles at Lincoln Financial Field.
Griffin had full participation in practice today, according to Mike Jones of the Washington Post, and he expects to play. Griffin sat out last Sunday’s victory at Cleveland with a sprained knee. Griffin said he is back to full speed with no limitations in movement.
“Today was really encouraging for me, the doctors. It felt really good,” he said, according to the report. “I’m ready to play whenever they say I’m ready to play.”
If Griffin suffers a setback, fellow rookie Kirk Cousins will play. He passed for 329 yards and two touchdowns in the victory over the Browns.
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