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Topic - Brian Moore
A veteran engineer at the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management has been appointed chief of groundwater and wetland protection.
Robert Griffin III is set to start the opener against the Philadelphia Eagles on Monday night at FedEx Field. But if he is to remain healthy throughout the 2013 season, it will be thanks in part to a state-of-the-art, custom-fit knee brace known as the Defiance.
"He's got a beautiful brace leg, he's very muscular," Moore said.
"We'd like it to be 4 ounces," said Brian Moore, DJO's director of athletic business and team sports. "But that brace is as light as it can get to be as strong as it can be."