Washington quarterback Robert Griffin III said after today’s minicamp practice that he continues to make progress in recovery from his January knee surgery, and he’s not even thinking about the possibility that he could have a setback.
“I just don’t worry about the setbacks, I just worry about the progress I’m making moving forward,” Griffin said. “I don’t think it’s gonna come, but if it does come you just roll with it.”
Griffin is getting married and taking some time away over the next month, but he said that when he’s back for training camp, the team will see that he’s in good shape and capable of playing without re-injuring his knee.
“They’ll be not only impressed, but they’ll be confident that I’m safe and sound out there,” Griffin said.
Said Griffin of the start of training camp, “I’ll be ready.” That’s what Griffin has been saying all along, and that’s good news for Washington fans.