Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III “felt fine” after limited practice on Wednesday, following the concussion he suffered last Sunday against the Atlanta Falcons.
“I felt fine,” Griffin said via Chris Russell. “I haven’t had any bad symptoms.”
Griffin left the game in the third quarter, and Washington went on to lose the game 24-17 with backup Kirk Cousins throwing two interceptions. He should be cleared for all practice on Friday, and it looks like he will be ready to take to the field on Sunday against the Minnesota Vikings.