The Washington Times - October 12, 2012, 11:08AM

Quarterback Robert Griffin III fully participated in practice Friday for the first time since he left last Sunday’s game with a concussion.

“If he passes his tests and we don’t see any symptoms, then it looks like he’ll be ready to go,” coach Mike Shanahan said.


Griffin will be tested before Sunday’s game, at which point his status for the game will be determined. At this point, though, something would have to change for him to sit out.

The news about receiver Pierre Garcon isn’t as good. His ailing right foot limited him in Friday’s practice. He fully participated in Wednesday’s and Thursday’s practices, but his foot still is causing him pain.

“It’s tender and it’s still sore, but it’s a pain issue,” Shanahan said. “Not sore enough to where he can’t push off all the time, so that’s why we listed him as questionable.”

“He’s battling it, I can tell,” offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan said Thursday. “You can see him on the practice field and in the games that it hurts him to run. He has a lingering foot problem and it does hurt him. He’s been able to play through it here the last couple weeks, and it helps us having him out there, but no, I don’t think he’s 100 percent. I appreciate him battling through it and being out there for us. I just hope that each week it gets better.”

In other injury news, defensive lineman Doug Worthington (calf) and safety Brandon Meriweather (left knee) are out. Cornerback Cedric Griffin (right hamstring) is questionable.