Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III, whose “mild” concussion prevented him from recalling the score or quarter of the game against the Falcons, has received clearance to return to practice.
Our colleagues at CSNWashington.com report that Griffin passed cardio and agility tests on Tuesday, two days after suffering the brain injury. Griffin also passed the baseline testing, and he received clearance from an independent neurologist, which will allow Griffin to practice on Wednesday.
Griffin has not yet been cleared for contact. Per the report, if Griffin remains symptom-free after each practice this week, he’ll be cleared to play on Sunday.