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Griffin is slated to wear a cast on his dislocated left ankle for about 10 days, after which he will be re-evaluated, the Washington Post reports.

Beyond that, a precise timetable for Griffin's possible return has not been outlined, though coach Jay Gruden suggested a potential scenario in which the QB's rehab process might run in the four-to-six week range. In any case, while the report offers continued hope that Griffin could return to action later this season, he is still looking at a multiple-week absence, with Kirk Cousins slated to start at quarterback for the team in his absence.

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Griffin (ankle) did not break any bones and is expected to avoid surgery, the Washington Post reports. There's still no word if there's any ligament damage.

There's still no exact time table for Griffin's return but there is small optimism that he could be healthy before the end of the season.

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Griffin indicated that a Monday morning MRI revealed no fractures in his ankle, Mike Jones of Washington Post reports.

While it's clear that Griffin is going to miss time after suffering a dislocated ankle Sunday, it appears as though he could avoid surgery. There is still no precise timetable for Griffin's recovery, however, with Kirk Cousins now in line to handle the team's QB duties in the coming weeks.

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Depending on Monday's MRI Griffin (ankle) could be out eight weeks or several months, the Washington Post reports.

The severity depends on if there are any broken bones or torn ligaments in the ankle. Check back for more news later in the day.

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Coach Jay Gruden confirmed that Griffin suffered a dislocated ankle Sunday against the Jaguars, ESPN's Adam Schefter reports.

Meanwhile, Schefter speculates that the injury could be a season-ender for Griffin, but we'll await further details on that front. Kirk Cousins thus merits a pickup in most fantasy formats, and is the obvious priority addition for those who roster Griffin.

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NFL Network's Ian Rapoport indicates that the fear is that Griffin suffered a dislocated left ankle Sunday against the Jaguars.

We'll await further info, which should emerge after tests are performed on Griffin's ankle, but in such a scenario, he'd be in line to miss extended action. Kirk Cousins would then be in line to fill in at QB for Washington.

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Griffin (ankle) has been ruled out for the remainder of Sunday's game against the Jaguars.

Griffin was carted to the Redskins' locker room after suffering a non-contact injury to his left ankle Sunday. The signal-caller appeared visibly distraught by the injury and was wearing a cast while leaving the field. While Griffin will not return to face the Jaguars, it's unknown if his latest injury will sideline him beyond Sunday's contest. With Griffin out, Kirk Cousins will assume quarterback duties for the Redskins.

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Griffin was carted off during Sunday's game with an aircast on his left ankle and foot, CBS Sports reports.

Griffin suffered a non-contact injury while making a throw along the Redskins' sideline and was down for quite some time before being carted to Washington's locker room. Although he was wearing a cast over his left ankle, it's worth noting that Griffin's surgically repaired left knee appeared unaffected by his latest injury incident. Nonetheless, the Redskins' quarterback appeared visibility distraught while heading to the locker room for further evaluation. As a result, Kirk Cousins will command Washington's offense until further notice.

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Griffin completed 29-of-37 passes for 267 yards with no touchdowns or interceptions in Sunday's 17-6 loss at Houston. He rushed for just two yards on three carries, and lost a fumble on a botched handoff attempt.

Griffin was sacked three times, and under a lot of pressure, so it's not entirely surprising that he failed to generate much scoring. On the flip side, Griffin has enough talent around him to at least score an offensive touchdown. He should see his numbers improve in Week 2, as he'll head home to take on Jacksonville, which allowed 322 yards and two touchdowns to Nick Foles on Sunday.

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Griffin is among the key players Washington is slated to hold out of Thursday's preseason finale against the Bucs, the Washington Post reports.

The report indicates that Kirk Cousins will suit up, but is only expected to play in the event of an injury. Meanwhile, third-string QB Colt McCoy will draw the start for Washington, while Griffin will rest, with keeping him healthy in advance of Week 1 a priority for the team.