The good news for Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin is that an MRI on his right knee shows no serious ligament damage.
The bad news is that he could still miss a game because of it.
Per a source with knowledge of the situation, Griffin will get treatment and will be evaluated in the coming days. His status for next Sunday’s game against the orange-hot Browns is up in the air.
Even if Griffin can return in Week 16, a loss next week without him could make it harder to get to the postseason. Then again, based on the way Kirk Cousins played on Sunday against the Ravens, it may not matter a whole lot.
Meanwhile, the Browns now have to prepare for both guys, until further notice. We’ve got a feeling coach Mike Shanahan will be milking that cow a little bit this week.
Or a lot.