ASHBURN, Va. (AP) -- Robert Griffin III's knee is looking better.
The Washington Redskins rookie was back at practice Thursday, dealing with the effects of a sprained right knee as the team prepares for Sunday's game against the Cleveland Browns.
Griffin stretched and made some basic throws during the 20 minutes that the practice was open to reporters. He was still favoring his right leg somewhat, but he was able to plant and throw more smoothly than he did during Wednesday's practice.
At one point, Griffin pantomimed taking snaps to the side while backups Kirk Cousins and Rex Grossman ran a drill.
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