Fans are still waiting to find out if Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III will play against the Browns in Cleveland Sunday, one week after suffering a mild knee sprain.
Jason De Luigi, director of sports medicine, MedStar National Rehabilitation Network
RGIII's injury Sunday is touching off another wave of debates over whether Griffin should ever be put in position to take a hit like that in the first place.
Dr. David Geier, Sports Medicine Director of the Medical University of South Carolina.
David Elfin, longtime Redskins reporter and author of "The Washington Redskins: The Complete Illustrated History."
Robert Griffin III walked gingerly through the Washington Redskins locker room, his sprained right knee in a big black brace.
Robert Griffin III sprained his right knee in the Washington Redskins' win over the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday, but a team spokesman said an MRI revealed that "everything is clear" in terms of significant ligament damage.
This, of course, is the sort of thing everyone associated with _ and rooting for _ the Washington Redskins worries about: Robert Griffin III limping to the sideline after a knee-spraining hit.
Baltimore Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs is inactive against the Washington Redskins because of a torn right biceps.
George Wallace, WTOP's Redskins beat reporter
David Elfin, Longtime Redskins reporter and author of the book "The Washington Redskins: The Complete Illustrated History"
With an overtime, nail-biting win over the Baltimore Ravens under their belt, the Washington Redskins (7-6) now have won four straight and remain one game behind the New York Giants in the race for the NFC East title.
Coming up on the big rivalry game, the Redskins' Tanya Snyder is preparing to pamper fans of the burgundy and gold.
WTOP's Thomas Warren
As the Redskins pick up steam, a group is getting creative ahead of Sunday's game against the Ravens.
On third-and-one, Robert Griffin III faked an up- the-middle handoff to Alfred Morris _ and the New York Giants fell for it big-time.
The Washington Redskins announced on Wednesday they signed linebacker Kourtnei Brown to their practice squads. But a recent interview reveals Brown has more talents than just playing football.
A wager between two local leaders is putting a different spin on the idiom "political football."
Federal News Radio brings sports fans a busy week of live play-by-play of eight games in six nights. The weekend is highlighted by football rivalries as Navy takes on Army for the 113th time, and the Ravens visit the Redskins for the Battle of the Beltway.
No one is surprised that Washington Redskins owner Dan Snyder hates the New York Giants, or that Mike Shanahan hates the debilitating salary cap penalty imposed on his team by the NFL.