Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III is hoping to fully participate in the team’s training camp and he will be one step closer to a complete return to the field after a meeting on Wednesday with Dr. James Andrews.
Andrew will be evaluating Griffin to determine whether or not he is returning to practice, according to Mike Jones of the Washington Post.
If Andrews does not believe that Griffin’s knee is ready for the complete workload that training camp would require, the team could place their signal-caller on the PUP list to start camp.
The real goal for the team will be to get Griffin back on the field at 100 percent for Week 1 of the season.
If that means Griffin needs to be limited early on in training camp, then that is the decision that the team will be comfortable making.
Griffin’s availability for the regular season is more important than training camp reps and risking further injury.
We will keep you updated on Griffin’s status coming in to training camp as more information becomes available following RG3’s meeting with Dr. Andrews.