Robert Griffin III won’t need surgery

Written by SLAdmin on September 16th, 2014

There was some rare injury related good news for Robert Griffin III earlier today. The oft-injured Griffin, who left Sunday’s game in Washington with an ankle injury, said that an MRI revealed he does not have a fracture and does not think he will need surgery. “Huge man”, said RGIII, “just huge. To know I can be back this season, back to show everybody what I can do.”

While that was certainly good news, it was short lived. Unfortunately, Robert Griffin III broke his leg while getting his ankle taped. Then most unfortunately while getting his broken leg set in plaster, both of his arms fell off. And in a most, most unfortunate incident, while having surgery to have his arms reattached, Griffin’s head exploded.

No time table for his return has yet been indicated.



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