Robert Griffin III was named the NFL's top offensive rookie last year.
Ashburn, VA (Sports Network) -
Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III is still recovering from knee surgery and said Thursday his goal is to be ready for training camp in July.
Griffin underwent surgery in January to repair both the lateral collateral and anterior cruciate ligaments in his right knee. He suffered the LCL injury in a Week 14 win over Baltimore and missed one game, then was hurt again during Washington's wild card playoff loss to Seattle.
Reports throughout the winter and spring indicated that Griffin was progressing well and he was throwing Thursday during Redskins' OTAs.
'Humane' Goodell, NFLPA could send players to WWE
By John McMullen, NFL Editor
Philadelphia, PA (Sports Network) -
At first glance Roger Goodell's latest proclamation was one of those politically correct empty statements that could make embattled White House press secretary Jay Carney blush.
Speaking at a press conference held in conjunction with the league's quarterly ownership meetings in Boston, Goodell said the NFL is interested in making the process of roster cuts more "humane."
"We look at our players from a total wellness standpoint," Goodell said. "It's not just a physical wellness, it's a mental wellness. And what can we do to try and make sure that we're helping our players make the transitions through life and to make sure they're getting the kind of help they need at any point."