Robert Griffin News Archive
Griffin (ankle) had his hard cast replaced with a walking boot, the Washington Post reports.
Griffin (dislocated left ankle) is currently expected to miss at least six weeks, the Washington Post reports.
Griffin is slated to wear a cast on his dislocated left ankle for about 10 days, after which he will be re-evaluated, the Washington Post reports.
Griffin did not break any bones when he dislocated his left ankle Sunday and is expected to avoid surgery, the Washington Post reports.
Griffin indicated that a Monday morning MRI revealed no fractures in his ankle, Mike Jones of Washington Post reports.
Depending on Monday's MRI, Griffin (ankle) could be out eight weeks or several months, the Washington Post reports.
Coach Jay Gruden confirmed that Griffin suffered a dislocated ankle Sunday against the Jaguars, ESPN's Adam Schefter reports.
NFL Network's Ian Rapoport indicates that the fear is that Griffin suffered a dislocated left ankle Sunday against the Jaguars.
Griffin (ankle) has been ruled out for the remainder of Sunday's game against the Jaguars.
Griffin was carted off during Sunday's game with an aircast on his left ankle and foot, CBS Sports reports.