Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III is considered day-to-day with a mild knee sprain.
Coach Mike Shanahan made the announcement Monday, after Griffin had an MRI on his right knee. He was injured during the Redskins' 31-28 overtime victory over the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday.
Shanahan said the MRI revealed no structural damage to Griffin's knee, and he has a mild sprain of the lateral collateral ligament located on the outside of the knee. However, Shanahan said he did not know if Griffin would practice Wednesday and did not rule him out of this Sunday's game against the Cleveland Browns.
Griffin is experiencing some swelling in the knee and receiving treatment for it. He will probably wear a brace for support.
After leaving the game against the Ravens for one play in the fourth quarter, Griffin came back for four more plays before getting replaced by Kirk Cousins. Washington tied the game at 28-28 with 29 seconds left in regulation on an 11-yard touchdown pass from Cousins to wide receiver Pierre Garcon.