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Robert Griffin III suits up for practice despite broken thumb

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Ravens quarterback Robert Griffin III practiced on Sunday, broken thumb be damned.

Via Jamison Hensley of, Griffin suited up for practice, the morning after suffering a fractured thumb. He also caught some passes with his uninjured left hand.

Putting on the pads and a helmet is largely symbolic, given that he can’t throw, but it shows what being in the league means to a man who went from second overall pick in the draft in 2012 to out of football in 2017.

Griffin is expected to miss 4-8 weeks due to the broken thumb. His roster spot is presumably safe, although the Ravens will need another quarterback for training camp and preseason reps.