Robert Griffin III was back on the field at Redskins Park on Thursday morning, a day after going through a full practice for the first time since injuring his right knee against the Ravens.
Tackle Tyler Polumbus, however, was not present during the portion of practice that is open to reporters. Polumbus, who sustained a concussion against the Browns, was limited in his participation during Wednesday’s practice, according to the team’s injury report.
Griffin’s status for Sunday’s game in Philadelphia has not been announced. But the rookie quarterback said on Wednesday, “I always expect to play,” when asked about facing the Eagles.
Griffin appeared to be moving smoothly during the stretching and individual drills portion of practice.
Coach Mike Shanahan is expected to address reporters this afternoon.