After having his right knee surgically repaired during the offseason, Robert Griffin III has seemed to bounce back quite well according to sources from the Washington Redskins camp.

Griffin III is convinced that his knee has healed and that he is anxious to return to the football field. During a recent press conference, Griffin III was asked by a member of the media about how he felt in regards to coach Mike Shanahan’s decision to sit him all through preseason for precautionary reasons.

Griffin III was honest with the media and said that he is not happy with the decision whatsoever.

When Griffin III was asked whether he understood the decision, he had this to say, “There’s some part of it I do understand, but not all of it.” Obviously, Griffin III is anxious to be back out there with his teammates, fully participating in offseason drills, and taking some hits.

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