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andrew harnik/the washington times Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III jogs on the sideline to test out his injured knee after throwing a touchdown pass in the first quarter of Sunday’s wild-card game at FedEx Field. James Andrews, the team’s senior orthopaedic consultant, disputed a claim by coach Mike Shanahan that he cleared Griffin to return Dec. 9 against Baltimore. Griffin subsequently left the game against the Ravens for good after initially returning and did not play for two weeks while his knee sprain healed.

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