Rich Campbell covers the Washington Redskins for The Washington Times.
Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III practiced Friday for the third straight day as he continues to progress toward playing through a mildly sprained right knee in Sunday's road game against the Cleveland Browns.
Robert Griffin III's sprained knee is an obstacle for Kyle Shanahan's game plan this week.
Richard Crawford and Niles Paul replaced Banks as Washington's punt and kickoff returner, respectively.
Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III practiced with the team again Thursday as he continues to progress toward playing through a mildly sprained right knee against the Cleveland Browns on Sunday.
Pierre Garcon a full participant.
Griffin has a mildly sprained right knee and his status for Sunday's game at Cleveland is uncertain.
The rookie seventh-round cornerback replaced Brandon Banks in Sunday's win over Baltimore.
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Coach Mike Shanahan not worried about losing two in the past two games.
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