Robert Griffin's day of thanks came a little early.
For the first time since breaking a bone in his left shoulder in Cleveland's season opener, Griffin practiced on Wednesday, a significant step for the quarterback whose career has been undermined by injuries and whose future remains unclear.
Griffin arrived at the team's facility not knowing if he had been formally designated for return by the team. Once he received news he was going to practice, RG3 could hardly contain himself.
"I put my shoulder pads on and went out and ran around like a little kid," he said.
On the field, an energized Griffin slapped hands with teammates during drills, and at one...