If you're a Redskins fan—or a Robert Griffin III fan—we've got some bad news for you: RGIII's right knee is all $^%&*@ up. And, we're not trying to be cute by saying that. It's the truth. RGIII's knee appears to be injured so badly right now that doctors aren't even 100 percent sure what to do with it at this point.

According to a source who talked to ESPN earlier today, it sounds like, at the very least, RGIII is going to have surgery on the knee to repair a torn lateral collateral ligament, or LCL, sometime within the next week. And, when they do that surgery, doctors are also going to examine his anterior cruciate ligament, or ACL, as well to determine if it's torn, too. If it isn't torn, it'll still be bad for the 'Skins QB but not devastating. But, if the ACL is partially torn or, worse, completely torn, RGIII could be out for…well, let's not speculate. But, it could be bad. Like, really, really bad.

Either way, there's a chance RGIII might not see the football field next season. But, at this point, we all just need to wait and see what happens when he meets with Dr. James Andrews. We're praying for the best.

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[via ESPN]