Washington Redskins general manager Bruce Allen told The Washington Post that it’s too early to know if quarterback Robert Griffin III will be ready for the start of training camp.
“It’s great to hear the building is on schedule, ahead of schedule, and I’ve heard all those same phrases for our quarterback,” Allen said. “It’s too early to tell right now. He is doing everything that the doctors want him to do. He’s a great worker. I think that’s why there’s so much optimism that he’ll be ready at the beginning. But it’s really too premature to speculate on where his medical condition is until we give him a physical when training camp starts July 25.”
Allen wouldn’t say what Griffin will be doing during OTA’s.
“You’ll get to see when you all come out there on Thursday,” Allen said. “He’s been doing a lot of drill work on his own with the other injured players. He has to just follow the doctors’ and the trainers’ advice on a daily basis.”
I don’t think the Skins are worried whether Griffin will be ready for camp. Their main concern is week one of the regular season.