Robert Griffin III is going into his third season with the Washington Redskins. He should know how obsessive the team's fans can get.
Jay Gruden isn't quite the yakker his brother, Jon, is when it comes to quarterbacks. But the Washington Redskins head coach can say some interesting things, too. Gruden was asked by NFL.com's Albert Breer about Robert Griffin III, and...Show More Summary
It may very well be true that Kirk Cousins has performed better than Robert Griffin III thus far in training camp and the preseason. ESPN.com's Mike Reiss stated over the weekend that Cousins, not Griffin, was the best quarterback on...Show More Summary
"It’s flipping the script a little bit, but I think it means something to them." Blessed to get the autographs of Evan & Vincent, two unbelievably strong cancer survivors, on my cleats today pic.twitter.com/vP7Valyh1I — Robert Griffin...Show More Summary
RICHMOND, Va. -- The transformation of his game, trying to develop quarterback Robert Griffin III into more of a pocket passer, requires something that often is difficult: patience. Griffin hasn’t always wowed in practice; at times he’ll make good throws, but other times he’ll frustrate by holding the ball too long. He’s a young passer. Show More Summary
After the 2013 season, Washington owner Daniel Snyder made the predictable choice of quarterback Robert Griffin III over coach Mike Shanahan. Which means that the team’s new coach, Jay Gruden, has to make it work with Griffin. So how will Gruden make it work with Griffin? “I like his progress, I like the fact that…
Forget comparing Robert Griffin III to Tom Brady, this is about Griffin and Redskins backup Kirk Cousins.
RICHMOND, Va. -- A daily review of the hot topics coming out of Washington Redskins training camp: Quarterback Robert Griffin III surprised two cancer survivors by asking them to autograph his cleats. Griffin met the two boys, Evan Washo...Show More Summary
Three things in particular should stick out for the Washington Redskins in their preseason opener against the New England Patriots. Surprisingly, none of them directly involves quarterback Robert Griffin III. Even as one of his harshest...Show More Summary
RICHMOND, Va. -- Jay Gruden knows he wants quarterback Robert Griffin III to throw the ball away every once in a while. Griffin already made it clear that’s something he won’t do in practice. It’s something he’s loathe to do in the regular...Show More Summary
RICHMOND, Va. -- When Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III was a rookie, the word we heard most from coaches: revolutionize. Griffin would transform the position because he could run and throw; he was a dynamic, explosive player and the Redskins would use every ounce of that ability. Show More Summary
RICHMOND, Va. -- They didn’t talk long, but it was enough for New England quarterback Tom Brady to provide Robert Griffin III words of wisdom. Not to mention a reminder of both their situations. As they chatted during the Redskins-Patriots...Show More Summary
Here's the Robert Griffin III comic book being handed out at Washington's training camp. @SarahKogod scooped one up. You can get a better look at Gatorade's League of Captains site.
The past four winners of the Heisman Trophy—Cam Newton, Robert Griffin III, Johnny Manziel and Jameis Winston—were not considered preseason favorites for the award. They won despite being thought of as dark horses (Newton, Griffin and...Show More Summary
In Virginia's state capital for the second straight training camp, the 2014 Washington Redskins have a vastly different look from last season. A year after internal turmoil between the coaching staff and Robert Griffin III engulfed the...Show More Summary
RICHMOND, Va. -- Robert Griffin III already has played against elite quarterbacks, ones with Super Bowls in their past and Hall of Fame speeches in their future. He hasn’t spent three days practicing against one, however. That is why...Show More Summary
Washington quarterback Robert Griffin III will encounter Patriots quarterback Tom Brady next week, when the two teams conduct joint practices in Richmond, Virginia. The younger quarterback hopes to catch a few pointers from the old man, but Griffin is mature enough to realize it may not be realistic. “[W]hen they get here, everyone will be…
When Robert Griffin III took the opening snap of his 2013 NFL campaign without a snap of preseason work, many wonder whether the Redskins had rushed him back. General manager and vice president Bruce Allen said Monday that those second-guessers...Show More Summary
Though many have already come to this conclusion, Redskins president and GM Bruce Allen has admitted quarterback Robert Griffin III was asked to do too much the year following major knee surgery and should have been granted adequate time to properly recover. Allen called the act “disrespectful to the game” and Mike Florio says there are plenty…
Cleaning out some thoughts on the Washington Redskins players' day off: There's no drama. Certainly for the team, that's a good thing. Last summer it was mostly about Robert Griffin III's knee with an undercurrent of tension between head coach Mike Shanahan and Griffin. Show More Summary