Originally Posted by GordonGekko
Eh.. If this was the 1980's I'd definitely see signs for concern, but Griffin is a world class athlete and will see the field again. Just probably not next year. Also being 22 he has the youth to recover, now if he was 32 then no way.
The Redskins did give up WAAAYYY too much to get him though considering he is a huge injury risk.
As someone said, he needs to take a year off and learn to become an effective pocket passer.
Brandon Roy went from being one of the best up and coming guards in the NBA (3x All Star) and a franchise player around the Portland Trailblazers to a guy with BONE ON BONE cartilage that retired two times, can't dunk, lost about 10 steps, and is a 6th man jump shooter while dealing with the fact he is a now a nobody.
That's what bone on bone does. Ruins careers