Quarterback Robert Griffin III was limited in Wednesday’s practice because of the concussion he suffered in last Sunday’s loss to Atlanta. He took a “significant amount” of practice repetitions but not his normal amount, coach Mike Shanahan said.
“Practice went good,” Griffin said. “I felt sharp. I felt good. No symptoms of a concussion or anything like that. No dizziness or off-balance or things of that nature. I feel good.”
Griffin said he has been asymptomatic since 15 minutes after he absorbed a blow to the head while scrambling in the third quarter Sunday. He has no doubt he will play against Minnesota on Sunday, but that determination won’t be made until he remains asymptomatic for the rest of the week.