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Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III felt well and did not exhibit certain major symptoms from the concussion he suffered a day earlier, coach Mike Shanahan and several teammates said Monday afternoon.
A teammate says Robert Griffin III "seems to be doing well" a day after suffering a concussion in the Washington Redskins' loss to the Atlanta Falcons.
As Robert Griffin III lay motionless on the ground at FedEx Field, the Washington Redskins' season and long-term future hung in the balance. The face of the franchise took a shoulder to the head from Atlanta Falcons linebacker Sean Weatherspoon, suffering what coach Mike Shanahan says is a "mild concussion." He didn't look right as he left the sideline and the game.
Maybe it's time for a new statistic for quarterbacks: career concussions. Robert Griffin III suffered his first Sunday in his fifth NFL game, which isn't good news for the Washington Redskins. You'd rather he had his first 400-yard performance in his fifth game or his first four-touchdown day, not his first bell-ringing.
Redskins coach Mike Shanahan says quarterback Robert Griffin III got a "mild concussion" when he was hit in the helmet on a sack during Washington's 24-17 loss to the Atlanta Falcons.
The Redskins' face of the franchise, the lifeblood of their offense, was concussed while just trying to make one of his typical electrifying plays. Instead, he missed the decisive moments of Washington's 24-17 loss to Atlanta, which included two interceptions by his replacement, fourth-round rookie Kirk Cousins.
Mike Shanahan has made no secret that Alfred Morris is his top running back. The sixth-round pick out of Florida Atlanta keeps showing why.
More than a few times Robert Griffin III has scared Washington Redskins fans by remaining on the ground after a hit. When he didn't get up Sunday and it was clear he took a shoulder to the head, the fear became a reality.
Michael Turner ran 13 yards for the go-ahead score with 2:46 to play, and the Atlanta Falcons knocked Robert Griffin III out of the game Sunday in a 24-17 win over the Washington Redskins.