A day after announcing that quarterback Robert Griffin III had received clearance to play in Saturday's preseason game against the Baltimore Ravens, the Washington Redskins issued a press release which stated that the independent neurologist that had examined Griffin now recommends that he sit out the contest instead.

The Washington Redskins hit the road later today and tomorrow will face the Baltimore Ravens at M&T Bank Stadium for each team’s third preseason game.

Looking at the options for the Redskins as they attempt to make up for the loss of Junior Galette.

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Internet reacts to latest Robert Griffin III drama with a lot of head shaking, some jokes

Robert Griffin III was ruled out for Saturday's game against the Baltimore Ravens by an independent neurologist. Twitter took it from there.

More questions, and more drama for Robert Griffin III and the Redskins

The RGIII saga takes another baffling turn, after yet another troubling week in Ashburn.

Independent neurologist deems Robert Griffin III unfit to play

About 24 hours before he was expected to start vs. Ravens, quarterback is ruled out in wake of last week’s concussion.

At 6-feet-5, 271 pounds, Smith has a different kind of body than the 6-2, 258-pound Junior Galette. However, even though he can’t move exactly like Galette, he found some applicable tricks and techniques that can help his game.

The unit will feature six new starters but players already feel like they've developed strong chemistry.

free of any lingering symptoms from the concussion that forced him out of last weeks game against Detroit

"It's our job as a football staff and football team to go out and change the perception of this franchise," the coach said.

The quarterback talked to reporters in Ashburn today. Here are some brief highlights.

Opportunities arise for four outside linebackers in the wake of the season-ending injury to the game-changing pass rusher.

Jay Gruden voices confidence in rookie Brandon Scherff, offensive line

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