Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III returned to practice Wednesday and said he hopes he can play in Sunday's game at Cleveland. Griffin sprained a knee against the Baltimore Ravens this last Sunday, giving way to former Michigan Stater Kirk Cousins, who led the Redskins to an overtime win. Cousins could get a starting shot but won't know until later in the week when Griffin's status is more clearly defined. Washington has won four games in a row and is 7-6 with three games remaining.
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