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Six to eight months is best-case scenario for Redskins' RG3

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After second ACL tear, QB faces tough road Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III might have eluded trouble with his surgery: If his lateral collateral ligament needed reconstructing, his chances for playing in 2013 would have decreased dramatically. That doesn't mean his road ahead is easy, however. Because Griffin had his second reconstructive ACL surgery -- he had one at Baylor in 2009 --...

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