At the end of the 2012 NFL season, Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III sustained a gruesome injury to his right knee which left him with a torn ACL, LCL and a torn meniscus.

Griffin III has since had his knee repaired, and undergoing rehab. During Redskins minicamp, Griffin III was participating in drills that required him to make sharp cuts and change of direction movements with his surgically repaired knee.

Redskins coaches at camp, stated that Griffin’s knee held up well. Entering his second season in the NFL, Griffin should progress as a quarterback.

The Redskins finished near the bottom in third down conversions at 35.8%. After having a productive rookie season, look for Griffin and the Redskins to improve their third down conversion percentage.

According to members of the Redskins camp, Griffin looked really good on the field after having his knee repaired just half a year ago. Perhaps Griffin will come back stronger from his injury next season, similar to Adrian Peterson and the season he had last year.

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