Robert Griffin III fully participated in practice on Friday but the Washington Redskins have listed him as questionable to start Sunday’s game at FedEx Field against the Minnesota Vikings.
Everyone expects the rookie to play a week after he was knocked out of the third quarter of a home loss to the Atlanta Falcons with a concussion.
“If he’s not on the field Sunday, I’ll be surprised,” running back Alfred Morris said, according to Mike Jones of the Washington Post.
Griffin has not had any setbacks this week and it’s pretty much a medical decision at this point.
“If he passes the test and doesn’t have any setbacks, he’ll be ready to go,” Redskins coach Mike Shanahan said. “So, if he’s listed as questionable or probable, it all depends on the doctors.”
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