Surgery Shows Damage To Robert Griffin III’s ACL

The news on Robert Griffin’s knee following his surgery showed that he has damage to his ACL.

Griffin had surgery Wednesday morning to repair a torn lateral collateral ligament in his right knee.

The procedure was done by Dr.James Andrews, who was on the sideline when he was injured in Sunday’s wild card loss to the Seahawks.

The procedure also examined Griffin’s ACL, which he tore while playing for Baylor in 2009. Another torn ACL would complicate Griffin’s chances of returning by the start of next season.

Griffin sprained the LCL last month and reinjured the knee in Sunday’s loss.

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