Yeah. Dr Andrews said it wasn't him, even though Shanahan said Andrews did.
From Rotoworld: Dr. James Andrews said he never cleared Robert Griffin III (knee, LCL) to return to the field because he never even examined him. This conflicts heavily with Mike Shanahan's statements shortly after the injury occurred. Andrews was on the Redskins' sideline that day, and Shanahan said he asked the world-renowned surgeon if RG3 could go back in. Shanahan said he was told by Andrews that Griffin was good to go. Andrews goes so far as to say that he was the one to finally shut Griffin down, and says he's still a "nervous wreck" and "holding my breath" over the situation. Despite all of this, RG3 will be out there Sunday against the Seahawks, sporting the knee brace and all. It's clear that he's not really 100 percent, though. Jan 6 - 10:08 AM
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