Some people still love RGIII.
He took off down the field against the Minnesota Vikings and the team's broadcaster used one word to describe the moment: electrifying. That's what Robert Griffin III provided for the Washington Redskins' offense as a rookie, those 76-yard sprints for touchdowns. Show More Summary
Kyle Shanahan is the new offensive coordinator of the Browns, which means that he is no longer one of the coaches guiding the development of Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III. The first year of their partnership was a smashing success as Griffin shone on the field while leading the Redskins to an NFC East title.…
With Jay Gruden and the Washington Redskins making it a point to declare Robert Griffin III as their franchise quarterback, Kirk Cousins' time in Washington could be coming to a close Add in ESPN's Adam Schefter reporting that Cousins...Show More Summary
Former Washington Redskins offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan was confident that one day both he and quarterback Robert Griffin III would look back on their time together in a positive way. “I’m really appreciative of some of the stuff...Show More Summary
They’ve been on the same team for the last two years, but Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III and wide receiver Pierre Garçon have had a few obstacles get in the way of working together over that period. Garçon’s 2012 season was spent battling a foot injury that kept him out of the lineup often and…
New Washington Redskins head coach Jay Gruden has already announced that Robert Griffin III will be the team's starting quarterback for the 2014 season. How will Griffin fit into Gruden 's system? Will Gruden tailor his offense to Griffin's...Show More Summary
After two seasons backing up Redskins starting quarterback Robert Griffin III, Kirk Cousins reportedly wouldn’t mind an opportunity to start elsewhere. According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, Cousins is “open” to being traded from Washington. The 25-year-old Cousins completed 81-of-155 passes for 854 yards with four TDs and nine turnovers (seven interceptions, two fumbles) in five…
Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III's popularity took a definite hit this past season -- but he remains a popular player. Griffin, despite a subpar season and some critical stories, ranked fourth on NFL Players Inc.’sShow More Summary
What do Doug Martin, Trent Richardson and Robert Griffin III all have in common? All had superb rookie seasons and all of them had sophomore slumps, resulting in many unhappy fantasy football owners. High-risk, high-reward players are the ones that can make and break a fantasy football team. Show More Summary
Jay Gruden tailored his offense in Cincinnati to his quarterback. He’s going to do the same in Washington. That means the Redskins’ offense will have a different look than the Bengals. It also means Robert Griffin III’s legs will continue...Show More Summary
The Washington Redskins had a rough 2013 to say the least. There are a handful of moments that perfectly display the struggles Washington had this year, one of which being the benching of Robert Griffin III. It was an unpopular decision...Show More Summary
Last week, Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III felt the need to defend himself on his Facebook page. It wasn't the first time in the last 12 months the sensational young quarterback has had his back up against a wall,Show More Summary
Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III is helping to recruit Snoop Dogg's son to Baylor.
The moment Jay Gruden was announced as the new head coach of the Washington Redskins, Robert Griffin III was awarded a clean slate. But instead of looking forward, RG3 then decided to update his Facebook status. It wasn ’t but 24 hours after Gruden was introduced to the D.C. Show More Summary
Nearly two years after the Washington Redskins surrendered three first-round picks and a second-round pick to the St. Louis Rams in an effort to secure the selection of Robert Griffin III, as reported by Jay Glazer of FoxSports, some...Show More Summary
Robert Griffin III took to Facebook to vent some of his frustrations. Namely, that fans don't like his arm sleeves. Or something.
The Skins QB has stayed largely silent since the end of the season—he's been around long enough to know that after a 3-13 season, you can't win no matter what you say. But on Friday he made a lengthy post on Facebook. On the face of it, it's a response to one stupid person complaining about the arm sleeve he wears. But it's hard not to take it as something bigger. Read more...
Twice since their season ended in late December, Philadelphia Eagles players have claimed that their words were twisted by reporters. Accusations such as those are made constantly, regardless of whether they're fair or if the messenger...Show More Summary
Some people view Facebook as a place to send those annoying FarmVille requests. Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III sees it as a great way to get things off his chest. Griffin changed his cover photo on Friday to an action shot of him diving with a football. Show More Summary