Redskins | More concerns about Robert Griffin's injury
The Washington Redskins are concerned about QB Robert Griffin III's (knee) injury because of the damage that has occurred to the cartilage in his knee after suffering two torn anterior cruciate ligaments in less than four years. There are concerns about how much cartilage is left in his knee and how long it will last. Griffin may have to deal with bone-on-bone contact in the future and chronic pain in his knee.
2013-01-12 11:48:57 | Source: ProFootballTalk.com - Mike Florio
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