The ligaments in his right knee will heal.
But apparently, the relationship between Robert Griffin III and his coaches was never a problem.
Griffin talked to reporters at Redskins OTAs yesterday, updating his physical condition.
But after the early part of his rehab was dominated by questions about whether he should have been in position to be injured in the playoffs, Griffin said Thursday that part was fine.
“There was an unfortunate situation there at the end of the season,” Griffin said, via Mark Maske of the Washington Post. “I don’t think there’s anything that needs to be repaired [in his relationship with the coaches and the team]. . . . The only thing that needed repair from last year was my knee.”
Griffin taking the high road will help keep the issue at bay, but there clearly were some questions about the way he was used last year. He said he “didn’t have a problem” with the way he was used, but others have voiced their concern on his behalf.
RG3 said he and coach Mike Shanahan had “hashed everything out,” making it appear there were some concerns at some point.
“Coach and them, they know exactly what they’re doing,” he said. “We’ve had talks about the offense.”
Of course, if there were never any issues, there wouldn’t have necessarily been a reason to talk about it.