Quarterback Robert Griffin III will play when he is deemed 100 percent by doctors, no matter what backup Kirk Cousins did against the Browns, coach Mike Shanahan said Monday. Griffin missed the Cleveland game with a sprained lateral collateral ligament in his right knee, and his status is uncertain for Sunday’s game at the Philadelphia Eagles.
“We’re going to play Robert when he’s a hundred percent,” Shanahan said. “When that ligament’s fine and the doctors feel that there’s no chance for injury, that he can go out there and perform at the level in a game situation without injury, we’re going to go with our starter.”
Playoff ticket information
With the Redskins in control of their playoff fate, the team released information detailing how season-ticket holders will get the first crack at seats if there’s a wild card-round game at FedEx Field. Season-ticket holders must register for wild card-round tickets by Dec. 27. If more tickets are available, they will go on sale to the public Dec. 29.
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