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Perhaps Silver Lining in Griffin Surgery

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The situation involving Robert Griffin III and the most talked about knee injury since Nancy Kerrigan has been closely watched by everyone -- especially the NFL Players Association.

What happened with Griffin could be another step toward forcing the NFL to put independent monitors on the sideline to watch for concussed players, something the NFLPA has wanted for a long time.

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