Kobe Bryant's former trainer thinks that Robert Griffin III might want to think about changing his training routine.
ESPN Redskins reporter John Keim talks about changes on the offensive line and in coaching that could help Robert Griffin III succeed as the starter.
Where does a sweaty ankle cast get treated like a fine piece of art? A podiatry school... 'cause that's exactly where Robert Griffin III's used cast -- auctioned off by the Redskins QB -- is on display behind glass. Temple University School…
Congrats to Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin Jr and his wife Rebecca who are expecting their first child since marrying in June 2013. The once highly heralded and celebrated NFL player who breathed much excitement to the...Show More Summary
Redskins president Bruce Allen insisted that QB Robert Griffin III, despite two years of mostly forgettable football, has plenty of upside.
While Jay Gruden’s announcement this week that Robert Griffin III was his starting quarterback came as a bit of a surprise (at least in the timing), it’s clear that Washington understands he’s their best chance at a long-term fix at the position. But team president Bruce Allen expressed the utmost confidence in Griffin, with the…
Jay Gruden’s announcement Wednesday that Robert Griffin III would be the Washington Redskins' starter was an odd one given his stated desire the day after the season for an open competition. But Bruce Allen provided a little more insight into how the organization views the situation. Show More Summary
Robert Griffin III isn’t the only NFL quarterback who spars with fans on social media. Colin Kaepernick got into a Twitter battle with a fan today over the fan’s reaction to Kaepernick’s description of the work he put in today. Kaepernick tweeted that today he did “1000 abs…. arm workout….. 10 min straight on the…
What Washington Redskins coach Jay Gruden said Wednesday about Robert Griffin III being the 2015 starter is what I thought he would say eventually -- like in June. I didn't expect him to say it less than two months after proclaiming a desire for an open quarterback competition. Show More Summary
Robert Griffin III received The Dreaded Vote Of Confidence™ from head coach Jay Gruden today, who declared that the embattled QB will be his No. 1 guy to start the season. Just saying, I don't see the Colts or Dolphins or Seahawks having to make announcements supporting their respective Class of 2012 signal-callers. Read more...
Les Snead called the Robert Griffin III trade a 'fair trade" and said we need to preach patient with quarterbacks.
Shanahan is still dishing on the disaster in Washington.
Washington Redskins head coach Jay Gruden said quarterback Robert Griffin lll is the early favorite to be the starting quarterback. Why would Gruden say this now? Does this move seem like a desperate one? Watch as Stephen Nelson and Bleacher Report NFL analyst Mike Freeman discuss the RG3 situation in the video above. Read more NFL news on BleacherReport.com
Redskins coach Jay Gruden's combine press conference began exactly how you might imagine: He was asked about the quarterback situation. Specifically, Robert Griffin III's role in it.
Washington Redskins head coach Jay Gruden announced the team is heading into its offseason work under the assumption Robert Griffin III will be the starting quarterback next season. Mike Jones of the Washington Post noted the coach's...Show More Summary
Former Washington coach Mike Shanahan spoke with ESPN 980 in Washington D.C. on Wednesday about his time coaching the team and several personnel decisions the team made during his time there. And things got pretty juicy. He spoke about...Show More Summary
You wouldn’t think the pecking order for Washington quarterbacks would be that much of a question. Of course, the play of both Robert Griffin III and Kirk Cousins has made it a topic, so coach Jay Gruden felt compelled to spell it out Wednesday. Gruden said a few moments ago at the NFL Scouting Combine…
INDIANAPOLIS – Jay Gruden left no doubt that Robert Griffin III is the Washington Redskins’ starting quarterback heading into the 2015 season. There were a lot of questions about Griffin's future with the team during last season, when Gruden went through three quarterbacks – Griffin, Kirk Cousins and Colt McCoy. Show More Summary
Head coach Jay Gruden cleared up his team's QB picture on Wednesday afternoon. INDIANAPOLIS -- Robert Griffin III will be atop the quarterback depth chart when Washington resumes practicing this year. Head coach Jay Gruden acknowledged...Show More Summary
Trading up for Robert Griffin III was not Mike Shanahan’s first choice when considering who his quarterback would be in Washington in 2011. Shanahan said on ESPN 980 that what he really wanted was to sign Peyton Manning after he was released by the Colts. Shanahan thinks he and Manning were on the same page…