Robert Griffin III practicing again for Redskins: Fantasy implications

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Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III (knee) practiced again on Thursday. We break down the fantasy implications.

Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III was on the practice field again on Thursday, a day after going through a full practice at full speed. Griffin missed Week 15 because of a sprained knee.

Griffin still needs to be cleared by doctors to return but the rookie expressed confidence that he would play in Week 16 against the Philadelphia Eagles.

Fantasy Impact: Fantasy owners should feel good about putting Griffin into their fantasy lineups this weekend, especially if he continues to be a full participant in practice. Griffin has been one of the top quarterbacks in fantasy football this season and could held owners win a league title with a good performance against a struggling Eagles team.

Griffin, assuming he is active, is a No. 1 fantasy quarterback for Week 16 and should be started in all formats.

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