Cleveland Browns quarterback Robert Griffin III injured his non-throwing shoulder during a late-game scramble against the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday. While the injury didn't appear to be serious when it happened, Griffin III admitted that he was in some serious pain following the loss. It's now being reported that the former No. 2 overall pick will undergo an MRI on the shoulder.
We'll update you as more information and results from the MRI surface. Though, our recommendation is not to make a mad scramble to replace Griffin III should you have him as your QB2.