WASHINGTON, D.C. -- The Redskins’ season is over, but everyone here waited Monday for the other MRI to drop.
The severity of quarterback Robert Griffin III’s knee injury has not been announced, but what he said after the game indicated the injury is worse than the sprain he suffered in December. He endured a torn anterior cruciate ligament in college, and after the December injury he said he knew immediately that it didn’t feel like another torn ACL.
After the injury in Sunday’s loss to Seattle, Griffin didn’t sound so confident.
“Honestly, it’s up in the air right now,” Griffin said. “I know coming off the field I thought it was just the same thing [a ligament sprain]. But right now, we’ll see what it is.
“No matter what it is, our season’s over right now, and I’ve just got to make sure that I get back healthy no matter what the injury is.”