The NFL Scouting Combine concludes today, and from here, Redskins officials will continue to plan for their offseason moves with free agency approaching in a couple of weeks, and college Pro Days on the upcoming schedule as well.
The Redskins on Friday activated cornerback Cedric Griffin, who is eligible to return after serving a four-game suspension for violating the NFL's substance-abuse policy.
Cornerback Cedric Griffin on Wednesday returned to practice following his four-game suspension for the use of performance enhancing drugs, and while admitting that he embarrassed himself, the seven-year veteran added that he aims to play Sunday and contribute to an eighth straight win for the Redskins.
The cornerback was suspended the final four games of the regular season without pay for the use of performance enhancing drugs. A decision will be made late this week on whether or not to activate him.
Four-game suspension another blow to Washington's battered secondary
Suspended cornerback Cedric Griffin received his punishment for a positive test involving the use of Adderall, according to a person with knowledge of the case.
Redskins secondary takes another hit.
RGIII, Garcon, Morris and Fletcher obviously excelled. Which bit-part players were key in beating the Giants by a point?
Cedric Griffin has missed the past three games with a hamstring injury, but said Wednesday he expects to participate fully in practice this week. He is hopeful he'll play Sunday against the Giants.
Shanahan says the Redskins must prepare both for the possibility that Griffin will play Sunday against the Vikings at FedEx Field, and for the possibility that he won't.