Robert Griffin III’s ACL Recovery Is ‘Superhuman,’ According to Dr. James Andrews

Robert Griffin IIIDr. James Andrews has been highly regarded as a top-tier physician and usually doesn’t comment on his patents’ recoveries, but one of his most recent, Robert Griffin III, has caught his eye in a rather extraordinary way.

Andrews, who has worked on the likes of Adrian Peterson, Rajon Rondo, Michael Jordan, Roger Clemens and others, has seen incredible recoveries including Peterson’s 2,097-yard comeback in the 2012 season. But he’s hyping Griffin’s recovery as “superhuman,” according to Stephania Bell of ESPN.

RGIII underwent surgery on his torn ACL on Jan. 9 and it appears he is “way ahead of schedule.” The second-year quarterback led his Washington Redskins with 3,200 passing yards and 20 touchdowns in his rookie season.

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