The reality that Robert Griffin III will have the ability to call audibles in 2013 means that, during his first two NFL seasons, he lacked that power. Which raises an interesting question for the most talked-about NFL rookie since Griffin. The guy who put the restrictor plate on RGIII was offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan. And…
Robert Griffin III just didn't look right last season as he continued to recover from a serious knee injury, but judging by the workout videos he posted recently, the Washington Redskins quarterback's knee looks pretty good. Washington decided to sit Griffin after Week 14 last season in order to protect his long-term health. Show More Summary
Under the team’s new coaching staff, Redskins’ quarterback Robert Griffin III is now allowed to call audibles when he sees fit. Former NFL players Ross Tucker and Brian Mitchell discuss how important this decision is when it comes to running a successful offense.
Last year, the focus was on Robert Griffin III getting well from a physical standpoint. But this offseason, he’s impressed his coaches mentally to the point they’re letting him try new things. According to John Keim of ESPN.com, Griffin will be given the opportunity to call some audibles this year, unlike his first two seasons under…
After a 2013 season in which quarterback Robert Griffin III was battered to the point that he was a healthy scratch for the season's final three games, the Washington Redskins made it a priority to upgrade the protection for their franchise...Show More Summary
Robert A. Levy In the video clip below, Chad Griffin, then Board President of the American Foundation for Equal Rights, discusses the battle for gay rights with Ted Olson, who successfully litigated California’s Prop 8 case. Griffin...Show More Summary
While the drastic swoon in the Washington Redskins' play the past two seasons can be linked to the health of Robert Griffin III's knee, the true key to the team's 2014 campaign isn't the franchise quarterback. Instead, that distinction...Show More Summary
One person who hasn't given his thoughts on whether Redskins is 'disparaging to Native Americans' is Washington QB Robert Griffin III. And he doesn't have any plans to, either.
Sports stars rarely wade into divisive issues, and so it’s no surprise that Robert Griffin III wants to steer clear of the controversy surrounding his team’s name. Griffin said on 106.7 The Fan that he’d rather not talk about his own feelings about the Redskins name controversy. “When it comes to those conversations, it’s just…
Robert Griffin III is the face of the Washington Redskins.
I'm a "bandwagon Redskins fan", which is a nice way of saying "I only care if they're having a.500 or better season which won't ever happen again as long as Robert Griffin III only has one good knee". Seriously, football is just a break between the NBA offseason and an annual respite from baseball. Show More Summary
ASHBURN, Va. -- Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III focused on his mechanics, learning a new playbook and regaining chemistry with his receivers this offseason. One thing he said he didn’t focus on: the new contract for San Francisco...Show More Summary
After leaning on the strength of their running game to support franchise quarterback Robert Griffin III over the past two seasons, the Washington Redskins are poised to air the football out in 2014. With a receiving corps that boasts...Show More Summary
Miami Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill has had a relatively quiet career to this point. Tannehill was the third quarterback selected in the 2012 draft, six spots after Robert Griffin III and seven behind Andrew Luck. With RussellShow More Summary
Jon Gruden, lead analyst for ESPN’s Monday Night Football, is now the brother of an NFL head coach, as you may have heard. Jon’s brother Jay now leads Washington’s football club and their star QB, Robert Griffin III. Washington will appear twice on MNF this season, and this is an issue of great consternation for some. Pro Football […]
Robert Griffin III can have a lot of success running the read-option, but that doesn’t mean he’ll do it often in Washington this season. New coach Jay Gruden says he’s not totally scrapping the read option, but he plans to employ it only occasionally to keep defenses guessing about how Griffin might beat them with…
It stands to reason, since he’s a year removed from surgery to rebuild his knee, that Robert Griffin III’s knee feels better. But the Redskins quarterback didn’t want to delve into that question, and get into a comparison to last year when he was hampered by more than a knee brace. “I leave that talk…
The last Heisman Trophy winner to come from the Big 12 was Baylor quarterback Robert Griffin III in 2011. As a whole, the conference has had five winners—Ricky Williams, Eric Crouch, Jason White, Sam Bradford and RGIII—since its inception...Show More Summary
As with any team, there were some good, bad and downright ugly moments during OTAs for the Washington Redskins. Among the main issues left over is the continuing refinement of quarterback Robert Griffin III's basic technique. That's going to be an ongoing process, one no fan should expect to see solved in a single offseason. Show More Summary
If 2013 was a year to forget for Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III, 2014 will surely be one to remember. Griffin was never able to shake off the effects of a torn ACL he suffered in the club's Wild Card Round loss to...Show More Summary