After his appearance at Redskins’ OTA practice on Thursday, quarterback Robert Griffin III said he has “only” two hurdles left in his recovery from a torn ACL: (1) clearance for “explosive” sprinting; and (2) clearance to cut.
Those are both fairly significant hurdles.
As to these obstacles, perhaps the most important maneuver for an athlete with a new ACL, a source with knowledge of the situation tells PFT that there is no timetable for said clearance.
“It is still a ways off,” the source said. “No one is going to rush anything.”
That’s the most important thing for Griffin, the Redskins, the media, and the fans to remember. Griffin got into this mess because not enough attention was being paid to his health. This time around, despite anything anyone says, they’re going to be careful.This video is no longer available. Click here to watch more NBC Sports videos!