Dr. James Andrews and the Washington Redskins have done everything they possibly can to get Robert Griffin III ready for Monday night's season opener, and the quarterback is ready to roll, medical sources reiterated Sunday.
As far as Griffin's much-discussed rift with Redskins coach Mike Shanahan, a source close to RGIII says the real culprit was the play-calling after the quarterback's injury. The Redskins called two read-option runs and two runs afterward, which tweaked Griffin because he knew he couldn't run those plays.
Griffin finished his rookie season with 3,200 yards and 20 touchdowns passing to go along with 815 yards and seven TDs on the ground.
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