Baltimore – Last night the Baltimore Ravens were hosting the Washington Redskins in their annual “Battle of the Beltway,” and it was a tough night for quarterback Robert Griffin, III. The game here at M&T Bank Stadium ended with
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Before the 2012 draft, former NFL quarterbacks coach Terry Shea tutored Robert Griffin III to get him ready for the NFL game. The results were strong during Griffin’s rookie year, but a serious knee injury in the playoffs and
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One of the top jobs in the NFL is the head coach of the Washington Redskins and they hired their man Cincinnati Bengals offensive coordinator Jay Gruden. Washington General Manager Bruce Allen worked with Gruden when his brother Jon was
The word came out of Washington Redskins Park today that the 2013 season is over for starting quarter back Robert Griffin, III. Washington will start back up Kirk Cousins at quarterback Sunday at Atlanta and for the rest of the three remaining
The rumors are running as fast of the wind here in the Nation’s Capital that the Washington Redskins are considering benching franchise quarterback Robert Griffin, III for the rest of the 2013 season. The team feels that it might
It’s the most scrutinized relationship in Washington — and perhaps the most important. And it’s one both sides portray as a working one. But as the Redskins’ season unwinds, the relationship between coach Mike Shanahan and quarterback Robert Griffin
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The impetus behind Santana Moss’ radio comments regarding Redskins players taking the onus for making mistakes was assumed to be about Robert Griffin III’s postgame comments. Of course, there was more to the backstory. CSN Washington’s Chick Hernandez, citing