Robert Griffin III is not himself...
The Washington Redskins say they haven’t abandoned their offense, and is there is no play they won’t call for quarterback Robert Griffin III. The problem isn’t whether he will run or whether teams have figured out the zone read
Robert Griffin III will start the Washington Redskins’ season opener on “Monday Night Football” on Sept. 9 against the Philadelphia Eagles, sources close to the star quarterback said Wednesday. Griffin has practiced the past two weeks without any setbacks
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All Day finds himself guilty by association, and he is okay with that.
The first Monday Night Football game of the year will feature the Eagles at the Redskins, by which time we’ll know if RG3 is ready to keep a fast pace in his return from a knee injury. As has
Dr. James Andrews, the renowned surgeon who serves as Washington’s team doctor, says quarterback Robert Griffin III is making great progress in his recovery from major knee surgery last month. “We’ve got him well on his way,” Andrews told
We all want the star to play, but not get hurt. The Nats did one thing, and the Skins the other, but nobody ended up happy.
Playoffs? Check. Record setting? Yes. Best player? Absolutely. MVP? All Day.
The Heisman Trophy winner is taking his talents to the NFL.