Robert Griffin III threw the football off quick three-step drops in a group of rehabbing Washington Redskins players at the start of Thursday practice, showing decent, half-speed mobility.
Griffin wore a heavier black-brace sheathing than the one he wore late last season after he suffered a strained lateral collateral ligament in Week 15 against the Baltimore Ravens. He has been throwing since late April and that showed in his good velocity.
Griffin read off a script of plays designed by the training staff so he doesn't do too much, too fast. He threw with good zip and accuracy to a group that included tight end Fred Davis, who suffered a torn Achilles tendon last October.
One thing to note here is that RG3 and Fred Davis should have an opportunity to build a rapport after showing disappointing chemistry in 2012 before Davis went down.