Dan Hanzus of NFL.com, is reporting that Robert Griffin III is listed as "questionable" for this Sunday's game against the Cleveland Browns. The rookie quarterback sensation injured his knee during Week 14's win over the Baltimore Ravens.
Griffin was hurt after a hit from mammoth defensive tackle Haloti Ngata. He was replaced by fellow rookie Kirk Cousins, who led the Redskins from eight points down to win the game 31-28.
Cousins, a fourth-round pick in the 2012 draft, is working with the first team in practice, according to Hanzus. That's significant news for the Redskins, who need to beat the Browns to maintain their late push for the playoffs.
At 7-6, the Redskins could need to win out in order to capture the NFC East title and earn a postseason spot. They are currently tied with the Dallas Cowboys, who entertain the Pittsburgh Steelers this Sunday.