Doctors have cleared Robert Griffin III to practice at the start of the Redskins training camp this week, and he will not be placed on the Physically Unable to Perform list, which had been a possibility. Griffin announced the news via Twitter.

Griffin on Monday morning went through an extensive examination by team doctors and performed a series of “quarterback-specific drills,” a person familiar with the situation said.
The plan is for Griffin to take part in a regular workload of 7-on-7 drills from the start of camp, but he will not do much, if any, 11-on-11 work right away, the source said.
Griffin’s clearance comes just shy of seven months after he had his right knee reconstructed after he tore ligaments in the knee in Washington’s playoff loss to Seattle.