In all likelihood, Robert Griffin III is done with the Washington Redskins. With Washington's season ending after Sunday night's 35-18 loss to the Green Bay Packers, and with NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reporting the team will release...Show More Summary
He had nothing to say on Sunday. He had nothing to say on Monday. But soon-to-be-former Washington quarterback Robert Griffin III left a note in his now-empty locker at team headquarters. Robert Klemko of TheMMQB.com has posted a photo of the note, typed up with various-sized fonts and a team logo in the background. Here’s…
This is kinda surreal to watch: Robert Griffin III cleaned out his locker in Washington today -- maybe for the last time! -- and left this little motivational poster behind: RG3 cleared out his locker today, save for this note. pic.twitter.com/rjcKheHHSN —...Show More Summary
Quarterback Robert Griffin III will be released in the upcoming days, now that the Washington Redskins' season has come to an end. And he knows it, so Griffin cleaned out his locker on Monday and left a few things behind. Not by accident,...Show More Summary
Washington’s season-ending loss on Sunday also brought an official end to the Robert Griffin III era. Griffin, who didn’t play a down all season and will surely be cut this offseason, left the team as only he could: with a corny note. Read more...
One major downside of Robert Griffin III being banished to the practice squad this season is that Redskins fans were denied (...)
Washington-for-now quarterback Robert Griffin III said his goodbyes on the sideline yesterday. Today, as he cleaned out his locker for the last time, he didn’t have anything to add. According to Liz Clarke of the Washington Post, Griffin told reporters this morning that he didn’t have anything to say. He shook his head no when…
Plenty of rumors are swirling around the Dallas Cowboys and their search for an heir apparent to quarterback Tony Romo. The biggest buzz is that the Cowboys are interested (courtesy of The Sporting News) in embattled Cleveland Browns’ QB Johnny Manziel. Show More Summary
Washington quarterback Robert Griffin III took a final lap late in yesterday’s game, hugging sideline staffers in what looked like a goodbye. The team would be foolish to keep him around at his $16.2 million option price for next year and with him having no reason to restructure it to help them after losing his job to…
What's next for Redskins QB Robert Griffin III?
The Dallas Cowboys appear to be in the market for a backup quarterback, and former Heisman Trophy winners Johnny Manziel and Robert Griffin III could fit the bill. According to Charles Robinson of Yahoo Sports, sources close to both players indicated they’d be interested in the job: That each is aiming for the Cowboys is not a sudden revelation. Show More Summary
Now that 20 NFL teams are officially in offseason mode, the rumor mill is beginning to heat up plenty as some big names on and off the field are the subject of buzz around the league. Here's a look at some of the latest rumors surrounding...Show More Summary
Kirk Cousins was the Washington Redskins 2015 MVP, emerging from less-than-mediocrity and early-season struggles before turning into (...)
Here's something you probably haven't heard since oh... 2013 or so... Robert Griffin III can be one of the NFL's greatest signal callers ever -- at least according to one ex Redskins star. Albert Haynesworth tells TMZ Sports RG3…
Shanahan's ready to be your team's head coach and he's willing to make some calls to make it happen. Mike Shanahan hasn't been in the NFL for two seasons after he was the subject of blame for Robert Griffin III's decline and Washington's 3-13 record in 2013, but he's getting "the itch" to return to coaching, according to Albert Breer of NFL Network. Show More Summary
Quarterback Robert Griffin III was again inactive for the Washington Redskins as they faced the Dallas Cowboys, but the former first-round pick made the trip back to his native state of Texas. And there, he met up with some fans whoShow More Summary
At this point, it’s clear that Kirk Cousins is the guy in Washington moving forward. That makes Robert Griffin III’s future in Redskins questionable, and one destination that might make sense for him to get his career back on track is Dallas. At least one fan seems to agree with that sentiment, as he wore […]
Expect lots of Cowboys chatter linking Griffin (and Manziel) to the team in acquisitions.
Ummm... pic.twitter.com/YjlFsov2ZX — Tarik El-Bashir (@TarikCSN) January 3, 2016 There are all sorts of books about the power of positivism and aspirational thinking, so why not wear a Robert Griffin III custom Cowboys jersey? There's one big question though: Why go for "RGIII" on the name plate? It could have easily been "Griffin III."
Steve Spurrier showed some skin ahead of the Orange Bowl for this Nissan "Heisman House" commercial. It features winners from the past with Robert Griffin III doing a little fashion judging. Spurrier pulled it off perfectly and we shouldn't expect anything less from a man who insinuated that Auburn's library is full of coloring books and mocking Tennessee's Citrus Bowl streak.