By all accounts, Robert Griffin III continues to make positive strides in his return from reconstructive knee surgery.
Still, uncertainty remains about whether Griffin's timetable will allow him to start the 2013 season on time. At Redskins organized team activities Thursday, Griffin was asked if he believed it would be possible to start Week 1 against the Philadelphia Eagles even if he doesn't take a snap during the preseason.
"I've thought about that and yeah, I would be comfortable with that," Griffin said, via The Washington Post. "That's all I can say. I have no control over whether I play in the preseason or not. I would be comfortable running out of the tunnel at FedEx Field with the smoke and everything."
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"You'd have to practice ... not necessarily against an opponent," Shanahan said. "He'd have to work with the first-team offense and he'd have to have some practice time."