Robert Griffin III’s Knee Injury

January 24, 2013 | By

On Jan. 6, millions of NFL fans saw one of the most-talked-about – and most-cringe-worthy – knee injuries in sports history. During a 2013 wild-card playoff game against the Seattle Seahawks, rookie Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III fell to the turf after twisting his right knee. Diagnosis: Serious damage to Griffin’s anterior cruciate ligament (ACL), lateral collateral ligament (LCL) and medial meniscus. RG3 underwent three surgeries to fix the knee. Prognosis: Months and months of rehab.

Check out the infographic below presented by InsuranceQuotes to learn more about Robert’s knee injury and other information about ACL and knee injuries.

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Robert Griffin III's Knee Injury

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