According to sources, Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III will undergo surgery to repair a torn Lateral Collateral Ligament (LCL.)

Griffin suffered the injury Sunday in the Redskins' loss to Seattle.

When the LCL surgery is done, doctors will see how much damage is done to Griffin's ACL.  Griffin had surgery for a torn ACL on that knee while he was at Baylor and MRI results after the Seattle game were ruled inconclusive because of the previous surgery.

It is presumed Dr. James Andrews will perform the surgery.