It looks like the Redskins will have quarterback Robert Griffin III back in the lineup Sunday when they travel to Lincoln Financial Field to take on the Eagles.
Griffin III missed last Sunday's game against Cleveland after spraining the LCL in his knee in Week 14 against Baltimore. Griffin III was a full participant in Wednesday's practice
"I'm ready to play whenever they want me to play," Griffin III said in his press conference following practice.
Kirk Cousins, another rookie, started in place of Griffin III last week and was 26-of-37 for 329 yards with two touchdowns and an interception in the Redskins' 38-21 win, the team's fifth straight.
The Redskins did not have ironman middle linebacker London Fletcher at practice on Wednesday as he's been battling an ankle injury. Starting outside linebacker Rob Jackson was not at practice for a non-injury related reason.
Special teams linebacker Lorenzo Alexander (shoulder), starting defensive end Stephen Bowen (biceps) and starting right tackle Tyler Polumbus (concussion) were limited.
In addition to Griffin III, wide receiver Pierre Garçon (foot), outside linebacker Ryan Kerrigan (ankle), center Will Montgomery (knee) and offensive tackle Trent Williams (thigh) were also full participants in practice.
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