Washington Redskin fans were breathing easier Monday afternoon after it was revealed that their star quarterback, Robert Griffin III has a mild sprain of a ligament in his right knee and now may be available for Sunday’s game at Cleveland. Coach Mike Shanahan of the Redskins says that Griffin has mild swelling and is receiving treatment multiple times a day. A decision will be made later in the week on his status. Kirk Cousins led the Skins back into a tie and then win against the Baltimore Ravens this past Sunday helping the team to its fourth win in a row. The game in Cleveland will be broadcast on Newsradio 1490 Sunday, with coverage starting at noon, and kickoff scheduled for one o’clock.