If head coach Mike Shanahan knows who will start for the Redskins on Sunday, he isn't saying anything.
With starting quarterback Robert Griffin III limited in practice (LCL sprain) and Kirk Cousins fresh off a comeback overtime win, the Redskins' game plan is full of contingency plans.
"You never know," Shanahan said on Griffin III's status. "That is why you go day-by-day and we will see at the end of the week if he is full speed, ready to go. If he is, he will play."
The best indicator of playing time on Sunday is who takes the lion's share of snaps in practice. Both quarterbacks were advised not to divulge this information to the media on Wednesday.
"I was advised not to comment on the rep distribution, so I'm sorry but I'm not going to say anything along those lines," Cousins said. "Just to protect my team and give us the best chance to win on Sunday."
Griffin III described himself as "the happiest guy in the world" after learning his diagnosis on Monday. With that being said, he was hesistant to classify how he felt after his first day of practice.
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