Jay Gruden doesn't expect to have the Redskins' most explosive offensive weapon when they play the Baltimore Ravens in the third preseason game Saturday night.
The quarterback made it through a second straight practice without experiencing any lingering symptoms from the concussion that knocked him out against Detroit.
Could wide receiver and tight end make preseason debut for struggling Redskins offense Saturday at Baltimore?
The offense has yet to take flight, and as the quarterback comes off of a poor outing and a concussion, the questions in today’s mailbag center largely on him.
The unit as a whole has proved especially stingy against the run, holding Cleveland and Detroit to a combined 91 rushing yards.
The rookie defensive back is hoping his versatility can earn him a spot on the Redskins' roster.
By Mark Giannotto |
No, the quarterback is not in danger of getting the ax next Tuesday. But Griffin badly needs a good week.
The Redskins' latest addition gets settled in during Sunday's practice.
A number of injured Redskins players made it back onto the practice field in varying capacities on Sunday.
The Redskins allowed Robert Griffin III to take all of the first team reps both in individual, 7-on-7 and 11-on-11 drills on Sunday because he has passed all of the necessary tests to bring him to this point, coach Jay Gruden said.