By Brendan Maloy
December 09, 2013

Robert Griffin III may not start for the Redskins on Sunday. (Washington Post/Getty Images) Robert Griffin III may not start for the Redskins on Sunday. (Washington Post/Getty Images)

Washington Redskins head coach Mike Shanahan has not named a quarterback for this week's game, citing concerns for Robert Griffin III's health going into the offseason, according to Albert Breer of NFL.com.

Shanahan told reporters that he was still considering who to start for the team's upcoming game against the Atlanta Falcons, and that he would make a decision on Wednesday.

Griffin has taken 38 sacks this year, the fifth most of any quarterback in the league.

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RGIII suffered an injury to his LCL late last season and received further knee damage in the team's playoff loss to the Seahawks, requiring him to have surgery and miss all of the team's preseason games.

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