Did Robert Griffin III Tear His ACL and PCL During Redskins vs. Seahawks?

| by Alex Groberman

The biggest story coming out of Wild Card weekend, without question, was Mike Shanahan's bewildering decision to play an obviously hurt Robert Griffin III for most of Sunday’s showdown against the Seattle Seahawks. In the direct aftermath, many wondered if/how the decision would come back to bite all involved in the you-know-what.

We may or may not have just gotten our first clue.

As per the internet’s foremost authority on all things Washington Redskins football:

Stay tuned.

Update: Sure seems that way - "Sources close to the Redskins camps say Robert Griffin III has torn his ACL and PCL, and will not be able to play for a minimum of 14-18 months."

Update 2: Or not.

Update 3: Then again...

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