The Washington Redskins are expected to start Robert Griffin III once again as he is practicing fully once again after having a sore shoulder.
Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III was initially questionable for the regular-season finale against the Dallas Cowboys due to soreness in his shoulder.
Griffin is expected to play though as he was able to practice fully again, and he felt no pain in his shoulder. He has been able to gain a second chance since Colt McCoy went down with a neck injury.
He responded by leading the Redskins to an upset win over the Philadelphia Eagles, who they knocked out of playoff contention.
They will not be able to play spoiler against the Cowboys, who clinched the NFC East title, but they will look to finish their 2014 season strongly.
Pro Football Talk provided an update on Griffin’s status on Twitter.
RG3 practices, expected to play against Cowboys http://t.co/Twt967c4Zy
— ProFootballTalk (@ProFootballTalk) December 26, 2014