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09/23/14 - QB Robert Griffin III had the cast removed from his dislocated left ankle but remains on crutches and in a walking boot.
09/19/14 - QB Robert Griffin III (ankle) was officially listed as out for Sunday's game and is expected to stay out for several weeks.
09/17/14 - QB Robert Griffin III is out indefinitely after dislocating his left ankle kast Sunday against Jacksonville.
09/15/14 - QB Robert Griffin III dislocated his left ankle in yesterday's game with Jacksonville and is out indefinitely. The ankle will be put in a cast and re-evaluated in a couple of weeks according to coach Jay Gruden, who said there was no fracture of ligament damage, either of which could have made it a season-ending injury.
09/14/14 - QB Robert Griffin was hurt as he tried to avoid Jaguars linebacker Paul Posluszny along the Washington sideline on a 19-yard completion across his body to DeSean Jackson with 8:57 left in the first quarter. The official diagnosis was a dislocated left ankle, which could prove a season-ending injury. The Redskins will have a battery of tests done Monday.
"I was trying to stiff-arm Posluszny and my ankle got caught in the ground," Griffin explained in the gloomy aftermath, taking the podium on crutches with his left ankle heavily wrapped. "When I landed, I wanted to look at my ankle because I felt something. When I looked at it, it didn't look in a great position so I knew something was wrong."