Robert Griffin III, the Washington Redskins quarterback, has revealed why he will not be tweeting until the NFL season is over.
Carl Icahn is going to keep the lights on at Atlantic City's Trump Taj Mahal. In a letter to Trump Entertainment Resorts CEO Robert Griffin posted on his Shareholder Squaretable website, Icahn said: ...I cannot be so callous as to let...Show More Summary
Social media was supposed to be great for athletes, a way for them to get their message directly to fans. Here’s the rub: People then have unlimited access to complain to those athletes. And with the anonymity of the Internet, they could blast away. Show More Summary
The Washington Redskins have named Robert Griffin III the starting quarterback for the remainder of the season now, with Colt McCoy hitting injured reserve. [Join FanDuel.com's $2M Week 16 fantasy league: $25 to enter; top 17,475 teams paid] But Jay Gruden doesn't sound tickled by the idea of it. Show More Summary
Washington coach Jay Gruden has seen his comments about quarterback Robert Griffin III get turned into something worse than they really were, and he’s come to believe that’s just part of life as an NFL head coach. “I don’t have much of a concern really,” Gruden said, via CSNWashington.com. “I know that no matter what…
If you follow Robert Griffin III on Twitter, or liked his Facebook page, I’ve got some bad news for you – he’s going radio silent for the rest of the season. Griffin’s been quiet on social media since Thanksgiving, and that silence is apparently going to be extending for the next two-plus weeks as well. Show More Summary
It’s become a sport of sorts for Washington coach Jay Gruden to talk publicly about the flaws in quarterback Robert Griffin III’s game. And it’s become a sport of sorts for the media to shine a light on the things Gruden is saying, apparently in the hopes of creating the impression of dysfunction in the…
Whatever they think about each other behind closed doors, Robert Griffin III and Jay Gruden appear to be determined to make the best of the rest of the season. Robert Griffin III and Jay Gruden will be gritting out the rest of the season together, barring unforeseen circumstances. Show More Summary
Jay Gruden said it's important the Redskins get an early lead on Sunday. Because of Robert Griffin III.
Gruden wants out, now.
Robert Griffin III won’t have to look over his shoulder at Colt McCoy when he takes the field for Week 16. He won’t have to do it in Week 17 either. Redskins coach Jay Gruden announced Tuesday that the neck injury that knocked McCoy out of last Sunday’s loss to the Giants won’t heal in…
The Washington Redskins have struggled in 2014. President and general manager Bruce Allen is looking to make changes moving forward. Will he keep Heisman Trophy winner Robert Griffin III? Can he convince Jay Gruden to come back in 2015? Watch Kevin Sheehan of ESPN 980 and Bleacher Report's Adam Lefkoe discuss the Redskins' options moving forward. Show More Summary
It might not be at the end of this season. It may be during or following next season. But Robert Griffin III's return to the starting quarterback role could seal head coach Jay Gruden 's fate with the Washington Redskins. Self-sabotage is a strange and tragic thing. Show More Summary
Robert Griffin III is back on the fantasy radar. He's worth a look if you need help. Week 15 was a strange one for fantasy football quarterbacks. The top three guys -- Eli Manning, Matt Ryan and Alex Smith -- were probably not starting...Show More Summary
A Gruden return would likely signal the end of RGIII in Washington. Washington might not be making a coaching change after all. After rumors that Jay Gruden could lose his job in a power struggle with quarterback Robert Griffin III,Show More Summary
Just because the Washington Redskins haven’t had enough drama, and needed yet another turn of events to create another crazy story line, Robert Griffin III is back as the team’s starting quarterback. That’s the plan anyway. Colt McCoy...Show More Summary
Robert Griffin III was called on to replace starting quarterback Colt McCoy during the Washington Redskins' loss to the New York Giants and at times showed glimpses of the exciting player who took the NFL by storm in 2012. Unfortunately, he also reminded us just how fragile he can be as he appeared to suffer another leg injury in the final plays. Show More Summary
The Washington Redskins are turning back to Robert Griffin III not as their franchise savior but rather more by default as the former No. 2 overall draft pick's third NFL season winds down. Griffin will get the starting nod under center when Washington takes on the Philadelphia Eagles in Saturday's Week 16 NFC East showdown at FedEx Field. Show More Summary
Another week, another change at quarterback in Washington. The ever-fluid status of the quarterback position in Washington has changed course yet again. Head coach Jay Gruden has named Robert Griffin III the team's starter this Sunday...Show More Summary
He’s back, as some (but not many) expected. As a time when multiple reports from the D.C. market have suggested that Washington coach Jay Gruden wants to move on from quarterback Robert Griffin III, Gruden has moved Griffin back into the starting lineup. Gruden announced Monday that Griffin will start Saturday’s game. “Moving forward, this…