Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III participated in practice today and said he’s had no recurring symptoms after being knocked out of Sunday’s loss to the Atlanta Falcons at FedEx Field with a concussion.
Griffin underwent further testing following practice, according to Mark Maske of the Washington Post, and said, “I felt good.”
Two questions remain: Will Griffin be able to play Sunday when the Redskins host the Minnesota Vikings and will he change his running style following the play? Griffin has yet to be cleared for contact and while everything looks good at this point, it’s not a lock he will face the Vikings.
As far as changing his running style, that will be interesting. Griffin was knocked out of the game on a play along the sideline when he possibly could have slid to avoid contact or gone out of bounds.
“It doesn’t make you less aggressive,” Griffin said. “But it’s a learning lesson. Life is more important than the game of football.”
Follow me on Twitter: @BradBiggs
Brad Biggs covers the Bears for the Chicago Tribune
DEC 10 Len Pasquarelli
With the way it looks in Washington, owner Daniel Snyder will soon be hiring his fifth head coach since buying the team.
DEC 09 Jason Cole
Are the Washington Redskins headed for yet another coaching change?
DEC 06 Joel Corry
An inside look at the three NFL teams with the most dead money.