The last time Robert Griffin III faced the Eagles at home, he received plenty of attention (above) after directing a 31-6 victory. But that reception will be nothing compared to Monday night's season opener, when Griffin takes his first snaps in a game since injuring his knee in a wild-card playoff loss in January. After being cleared by his surgeon, Dr. James Andrews, last week, Griffin got the go-ahead from coach Mike Shanahan four days later. (the washington times)

The last time Robert Griffin III faced the Eagles at home, he received plenty of attention (above) after directing a 31-6 victory. But that reception will be nothing compared to Monday night's season opener, when Griffin takes his first snaps in a game since injuring his knee in a wild-card playoff loss in January. After being cleared by his surgeon, Dr. James Andrews, last week, Griffin got the go-ahead from coach Mike Shanahan four days later. (the washington times)