“What we do is prepare for the Washington Redskins‘ offense,” he said via teleconference. “I’m sure there’s things that RG3 has done that are really not traditional NFL-type plays that Kirk can still run. We just have to move forward and prepare like either one will play.”
Griffin is proceeding as though he will start, but he isn’t promising anything.
“I feel like I could push through any kind of injury,” he said. “Does that mean I’ll play on Sunday? Who knows? We’ll see what happens. I want to be out there for those guys like I told them I would be.”
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