Robert Griffin III, the Redskins' sensational rookie quarterback, sprained his right knee in the fourth quarter Sunday.
[Updated, 4:50 p.m.: Griffin's availability for next week has yet to be determined, but an X-ray and an MRI exam revealed no major damage to his knee, including the major ligaments. A team spokesman said "everything was clear" regarding any significant damage.]
"I still felt like I could go out and help the team win," Griffin said after the game. "I feel pretty good. I'll fight."
The dual-threat Griffin, who has already broken the single-season rookie quarterback rushing record set by Carolina's Cam Newton last season, was crushed by Ravens defensive tackle Haloti Ngata after picking up 13 yards on a scramble.