Quarterback Robert Griffin III Underwent ACL Surgery

Quarterback of the Washington Redskins, Robert Griffin III,  had undergone ACL surgery to repair the anterior cruciate ligament yesterday morning (1-9-2013) as well as repair a lateral collateral ligament in his right knee. Knee surgeries are technical surgeries that require months of rehabilitation and it is likely this may affect the 2013 season for the high-performance football player.

Griffin had torn his ACL previously in 2009 while playing at Baylor and is hopeful this time it will be a stronger, longer-lasting outcome.