Griffin (knee) is going to practice Wednesday but he will not be put into a game until doctors clear him, ESPN's Adam Schefter reports. As coach Mike Shanahan
told the Associated Press: "We're going to play Robert when he's 100 percent. When that ligament's fine, when the doctors feel there's no chance for injury that he can go out there and perform at that level in a game situation without injury, we're going to go with our starter."
Recommendation: It looks like it's going to be a day-by-day type of thing for owners of Griffin all week, and the fact that it's championship week in a lot of leagues makes things even trickier. Looking on the bright side, at least he was able to practice last week, plus the Redskins are in the thick of the playoff chase.
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