UPDATE (10:50 p.m. ET): Washington Redskins coach Jay Gruden said Robert Griffin III suffered a concussion Thursday night.
Gruden says RGIII suffered a concussion and is following concussion protocol at this time. Shoulder is okay.—
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Gruden has "no idea" on timeline for Griffin's return, but is starter when healthy.—
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ORIGINAL STORY: Robert Griffin III can’t catch a break.
The Washington Redskins quarterback suffered multiple big hits against the Detroit Lions on Thursday, the last of which led to his exit from the preseason game.
Here is the play that led to his injury.
Griffin’s numbers were not pretty during his short stint on the field. He completed just 2 of 5 passes for 8 yards and suffered three sacks for a loss of 17 yards.
Griffin made headlines early this week for saying he feels like the best quarterback in the NFL. But that’s certainly hard to prove when he’s constantly getting knocked to the ground with minimal help from his offensive line.
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