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ASHBURN, Va. (AP) Many ifs and maybes and buts surround Robert Griffin III's status for the Washington Redskins' game Monday night against the Dallas Cowboys. There is so much uncertainty, he has been declared a "wild card" by coach Jay Gruden even though Colt McCoy is the announced starter.
Gruden said Wednesday that McCoy remains the starter as of "right now." He also said Griffin has yet to be cleared for full contact, and that he'd like to see Griffin go through a couple of days of rigorous practice once the OK comes from the doctors.
Gruden went on to say that, for the benefit of the team and the coaches' game-planning, he'd like to make a definitive decision by the end of Thursday's practice as to whether McCoy or Griffin will start. He added that Griffin will likely start or be inactive - and not in uniform as a backup.