[The Washington Times]

Robert Griffin III’s right knee rehabilitation continues to progress well at the halfway point between the ACL revision surgery he had in January and the Redskins’ regular-season opener.

“I’m doing great,” Griffin said Wednesday. “The knee feels fine. It’s just about taking it slow. Each day is a better day because the knee feels better, you do more things. It’s just a process, and I’m going through it.”

Griffin spoke to reporters at a downtown D.C. hotel at an American Cancer Society luncheon honoring Tanya Snyder, wife of Redskins owner Daniel Snyder, as the society’s Mother of the Year.

The quarterback had surgery Jan. 9 to revise his anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction and repair the lateral collateral ligament and medial meniscus. Doctors expect him to be ready for the Redskins’ Sept. 9 opener against the Philadelphia Eagles.