Robert Griffin III: 'It doesn't matter who's to blame for injury'

Washington Redskins' Robert Griffin III on December 3, 2012
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Robert Griffin III is focused on recovering from knee surgery rather than pointing fingers as to why he was injured in the first place.

Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III has admitted that it does not matter whose fault it is that he suffered a serious knee injury during the 2012 post-season that led to him requiring knee surgery.

It is not yet known if RG III will be fit for the start of the 2013 season, but the player himself has said that he is only focused on his recovery and not playing the blame game.

"At the end of the day, [who cares] what anybody wants to say about who's to blame, whose responsibility it is?" RG III told SportsNet.

"It doesn't really matter whose responsibility it is. It doesn't really matter who's to blame because I'm the one who has to go through the struggle that is a knee surgery, and rehab to get back.

"The people who are also going through that with me are the owner, the GM, the head coach, the offensive coordinator, the organisation, the fans. Everyone goes through that with me."

Head coach Mike Shanahan recently stated his belief that RG III would recover in record time.

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