Redskins | Robert Griffin out longer than expected?
Washington Redskins QB Robert Griffin III (knee) could be out longer than the six to eight months originally reported. According to Dr. James C. Dreese, a doctor for University of Maryland athletic teams, a lateral collateral ligament tear requires a longer rehabilitation process than an anterior cruciate ligament tear. Dreese, who has no specific knowledge of Griffin's injury, said an LCL tear could keep Griffin out for eight to 12 months.
2013-01-09 06:45:55 | Source: The Washington Post
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