ESPN's Sal Paolantonio reported on SportsCenter Friday morning that Robert Griffin III has looked improved in practice this week while continuing to nurse his right knee back to full strength.
Griffin threw two touchdown passes in his Week 16 return, but rushed only twice for four yards. "What I'm hearing from everybody here is that he's a little bit more mobile in practice," Sal Pal said. "He's starting to plant off that right knee, drive through the football. A little bit of that burst is coming back. There was going to be an adjustment period. ... We are right in the middle of a 2-4 week injury. A lateral collateral sprain in the right knee, 2-4 weeks. We're right in week number three." The Redskins are expected to "remove RG3's handcuffs" during Sunday night's NFC East title bout with Dallas.