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Matt Harvey will try to rehab his injured right elbow without reconstructive surgery, a move the young ace hopes is going to keep him on the mound for the New York Mets next season.
This was always the danger of Mike Shanahan drafting Kirk Cousins, a highly regarded college quarterback, in the same draft as Robert Griffin III. This isn't Chase Daniels, or even Rex Grossman. People think Kirk Cousins can play.
Mark Sanchez has his sights set on returning to the field this season _ as the New York Jets' starting quarterback.
There is so much smoke surrounding the Shanahan-RG3 relationship that I'm surprised the sprinkler systems don't go off daily at Redskins Park. And here's the fire — the reason that Shanahan, in the fourth year of his five-year contract — needs an extension now: the presence of owner Daniel Snyder.
Mets ace Matt Harvey's ailing elbow is feeling better, and the right-hander said Tuesday he is still optimistic he can avoid reconstructive surgery that would likely sideline him for all of next season.
Griffin didn't look superhuman. Instead, he looked like a second-year player months removed from a major knee injury who watched the four preseason games from the sideline.
Rookie Geno Smith will get his second start for the New York Jets, as expected, when the team plays at New England on Thursday night.
The most-discussed knee in the NFL is once again healthy. At least that's what coach Mike Shanahan and Dr. James Andrews and Robert Griffin III insist. But time can only do so much. Moving past the painful series of events from January and months since can only happen on the field.
So much for those last-minute "concerns." RG3 is starting Week 1.