RG3 suffers knee injury against Seahawks, MRI on Monday
The Seattle Seahawks stopped the dream season for the Washington Redskins, beating them 21-14 in Sunday’s NFC wild-card contest.
During the game, Robert Griffin III played on an injured knee, but was injured on a play with 6:19 left in the game.
RG3 was diving after an errant snap on the FedEx Field turf when his knee buckled. The Seahawks recovered the ball inside the 20-yard-line.
RGIII left the game and did not return.
The Redskins lost 24-14.
Griffin entered Sunday’s game with a sprained LCL he injured back in December. Griffin could be seen hobbling around most of the afternoon.
Griffin is scheduled to undergo an MRI on Monday, NFL.com reported. A Redskins player told NFL.com‘s Jeff Darlington that Griffin believed he did not suffer a serious tear. Griffin, who spoke at the post-game press conference, said it felt similar to his last injury.
“Coming off the field, I thought it was the same thing (LCL),” Griffin said. “Right now … we’ll see.”
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