This looks like some great news for Washington Redskins fans. According to quarterback guru Terry Shea, who is Robert Griffin III's QB tutor, he says the 'Skins star is 100 percent healthy now.

Shea worked with Griffin during the 2012 NFL scouting combine and spent almost a week with him working with his footwork and release back in March in Arizona.

Without the knee brace now, Shea thinks Griffin can go back to his stellar old self that we saw in the 2012 NFL season when RG3 won the Rookie of the Year award.

"He looked 100 percent healthy," Shea told USA TODAY Sports Friday. "I didn't let up on him and, boy, he kept coming — and he reminded me of the old Robert Griffin that I knew coming out of Baylor for those eight-10 weeks we worked together in 2012.

"He could have very easily lost it given the year he had. I put him through a gantlet of drills. And Robert made all the throws, showing great skills. It sure appeared to me that he took that next step as a pocket passer."

Last season was a struggle for Griffin. Though his stats weren't all that bad, he clearly looked regressed and still not fully 100 percent.

With the Redskins upgrading this offseason and them having more weapons on offense like DeSean Jackson, don't be surprised to see a new, resurrected Robert Griffin III in the 2014 NFL season.


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