RG3 may miss 2013, and never be the same again

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Robert Griffin III otherwise known as RG3 may never be the same again.

It was reported Tuesday that Dr. Andrews will surgically repair Griffin’s lateral collateral ligament in his right knee, which he tore in Sunday’s wild-card loss against the Seattle Seahawks. The surgery is scheduled for Wednesday, according to the Associated Press. Dr. James Andrews, the most noted surgeon in sports, will determine then if Griffin’s anterior cruciate ligament needs to be repaired as well.

He may need 8-12 months to return to the field, and may never have the same burst that he once did.

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