The knee injury suffered — and re-suffered — by Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III against the Seattle Seahawks in Sunday afternoon’s wild-card loss could very well be serious enough to keep the star player out for a significant period of time.
As reported by the Washington Post, Griffin was diagnosed by Dr. James Andrews with a torn lateral collateral ligament in his right knee. There is also believed to be damage to Griffin’s anterior cruciate ligament, but that will not be determined until Dr. Andrews performs the surgery on Griffin’s LCL. That procedure is expected to take place in the next few days. Andrews would then determine if ACL surgery will be necessary. Full Story