Robert Griffin III Suffered a Possible Head Injury in Game Against the Lions

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Robert Griffin III Suffered a Possible Head Injury in Game Against the Lions –

On Thursday, Robert Griffin III exited early with a stinger and a possible head injury during game against the Detroit Lions and was ruled out for the game.

Robert Griffin III was sacked three times Thursday night, however that’s not exactly a new development. The Redskins QB had the highest sack rate in the league last season.

Griffin was hit after almost every pass play during his one-plus quarters of action. On his final play, Griffin started to run, lost the ball on his own, then when he fell to recover it, Lions defensive lineman Corey Wootton fell on top of him. Griffin’s right arm was extended, and Wootton fell on Griffin’s head.

Griffin lay on the ground for several minutes before walking off under his own power and headed to the locker room with a glum look on his face. He gave a thumbs-up to the crowd. Read more…

 

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