Robert Griffin III is shown at Wednesday’s practice, where he moved with a slight limp. He didn’t appear to be limited Friday. (John McDonnell/The Washington Post)

Robert Griffin III was on the practice field for a third consecutive day, and again appeared to make progress in his recovery from a sprained LCL in his right knee.

Griffin didn’t appear to be limited in his movements, and appeared confident as he planted and threw off of his right leg.

When the practice week began on Wednesday, Griffin moved with a slight limp, but didn’t appear significantly limited. He didn’t seem to be able to put full weight on his right leg at times, however. Thursday saw him display more progress, and on Friday, he looked better than he had all week during the portion of practice that was opened to reporters.

Coach Mike Shanahan said on Thursday, however, that hey probably wouldn’t make a decision on Griffin’s availability for this week’s matchup at Cleveland until just before game time on Sunday.