Robert Griffin III was concerned about his knee after first quarter TD

According to NFL.com, Washington Redskins left tackle Trent Williams and quarterback Robert Griffin III exchanged a private conversation that is now public in which Griffin expressed some concern over his knee after scoring a first quarter touchdown during last week’s game.

The conversation will air on the NFL Network’s SoundFX, on Wednesday at 10:30 p.m. ET:

Williams: Are you sure you’re all right, bro?

RG3: Yeah, I’m going to be safe.

Williams: You tweaked it when you were trying to back up?

RG3: Yeah, my foot kind of went wah-wah.

Williams: Did that shock you a little bit?

RG3: Yeah, scared the (expletive) out of me (laughs).

Williams: All right, be smart.

RG3: I will. I promise.

Even though Redskins head coach Mike Shanahan claims he believes Griffin was injured in the fourth quarter, it may have happened earlier in the game and it got worse as the game went on.