Robert Griffin III has chance to start Washington Redskins' season opener
Although it has been only a little more than a month since Robert Griffin III underwent reconstructive knee surgery, Washington Redskins officials are encouraged enough with his recovery to believe the team's star quarterback has a legitimate chance to start in the 2013 opener, according to ESPN.com.
Griffin recently returned to Washington, where he spent some time rehabbing. Those who know him insist he is a physical freak, not unlike the Vikings' Adrian Peterson, a former Oklahoma running back who rushed for 2,097 yards and won the MVP award the season after undergoing major knee surgery.
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