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Redskins clear RGIII for practice

Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III continues to improve after suffering a mild concussion on Sunday. He passed multiple tests on Tuesday and was cleared for practice. If he remains symptom free he'll play on Sunday.
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The Vikings have a tough test in Washington this week, especially if Robert Griffin III starts for the Redskins. He suffered a concussion against Atlanta on Sunday, but the latest word from the nation's capital is that RGIII is feeling fine and will likely play.

Vikings' Rudolph returns to practice

After missing practice on Sunday, tight end Kyle Rudolph returned to the Vikings' practice field on Monday. He and Chris Cook were shaken up in Friday's preseason game against the Bills, and both were suffering from concussion-like symptoms. Cook remains out.

RGIII questionable, expected to play

Robert Griffin III is listed as questionable on the Redskins' injury report, but after practicing fully on Friday it's likely that he'll start. RGIII, who was concussed last week, said he's felt good every day this week so he's not worried about any lingering symptoms.

Key Vikings return to practice Sunday

The few key players returned to practice for the Vikings on Sunday. Tight end John Carlson and defensive tackle Letroy Guion both returned from sprained knees, and defensive back Chris Cook returned from concussion symptoms.

Vikes to treat Griffin like a running back

If Robert Griffin III starts at quarterback for the Redskins on Sunday, the Vikings won't be treating him like a normal QB. Defensive end Everson Griffen says they have to "treat him like a running back." Griffin has 241 rushing yards, which is more than Titans' tailback Chris Johnson.