The second-year signal caller lined up across from the scout-team defense and completed 14 of 15 passes for 179 yards and a touchdown according to The Washington Post's Mike Jones.
Fantasy Spin: Griffin's first day of 11-on-11 came Wednesday, and it's worth mention that his work has not stagnated, but continues to increase as summer progresses. Offensive Coordinator Kyle Shanahan told reporters that Griffin looked crisper in his execution, and also practiced designed runs and bootlegs.
The marked improvement from day-to-day is certainly encouraging, and that seems to be the theme of the offseason for Griffin. The Redskins will be cautious with their first-round investment, but even at a conservative pace, Griffin's odds of playing Week 1 continue to improve, as do his odds on returning to fantasy dominance.