It would not be NFL draft season without rumblings of some team selling away its soul to land a rookie quarterback. Has the league learned anything from Robert Griffin III? Alas, high demand and limited supply create chaos—or something to that effect. Show More Summary
Who ya got? Though it doesn't have quite the same luster of Andrew Luck vs. Robert Griffin III of a few years ago, this draft is starting to shape up around which quarterback a prognosticator has going first between Florida State's Jameis...Show More Summary
When Washington's Robert Griffin III—RG3, to you—runs a 76-yard touchdown to the roaring applause of adoring fans, does it matter what's printed on his helmet? That's the question posed by a new ad from the National Congress of American Indians and the Oneida Indian Nation. Show More Summary
Robert Griffin III, the Christian Washington Redskins quarterback, recently explained why the theme of his new charitable organization is family.
Robert Griffin III, the Christian Washington Redskins quarterback, is auctioning off a cast he used late last year after dislocating his ankle to benefit his new charity.
Owner Dan Snyder might still love Robert Griffin III. New general manager Scot McCloughan might feel it's too early to "give up" on 2012's second overall pick. But none of that will matter until the Washington Redskins show a willingness to adapt to their supposed franchise quarterback's abilities. Show More Summary
For the third time in the last four years, the Washington Redskins are undergoing significant offseason changes. In 2012, the Shanahan regime mortgaged its future on No. 2 overall pick Robert Griffin III. In 2014, Redskins brass foreclosed on that mortgage by dumping Mike and Kyle Shanahan and hiring a new head coach, Jay Gruden. Show More Summary
ASHBURN, Va. -- Washington Redskins general manager Scot McCloughan was reluctant to provide a firm analysis of quarterback Robert Griffin III. But he also made it clear it’s too early to part ways with the former rookie of the year. McCloughan, in his first full day on the job, said it would be too soon to give up on Griffin. Show More Summary
The Baylor head coach believes Washington must cater to the talent of Robert Griffin. Robert Griffin III has rode a roller coaster of coverage since entering the NFL. From winning Rookie of the Year and guiding the team to an NFC East...Show More Summary
Art Briles knows how to get the best out of Robert Griffin III. When Briles was Griffin’s coach at Baylor, Griffin won the Heisman Trophy. So Briles has some advice for Griffin’s current coach, Jay Gruden: Adapt your offense to get the best out of Griffin. “You don’t always have him adapt to what you…
It's not often the Washington Redskins enter a draft armed with all of their picks. But with the franchise no longer paying the price for the Robert Griffin III trade, the 2015 draft is a great chance to significantly bolster the roster's weakest positions. Those positions are clearly defined along both trenches and across the defensive backfield. Show More Summary
Robert Griffin III's NFL season may be over, but the Washington Redskins quarterback is seeking to change lives off the field with his new foundation.
Ever since Robert Griffin III walked the Baylor campus, the Bears have had tremendous quarterbacks. After Griffin took the program to unprecedented heights in 2011, winning the Heisman Trophy and leading the Bears to a 10-3 record, Nick...Show More Summary
Elsewhere, Jim Caldwell calls re-signing Ndamukong Suh a top priority. While it appears Jay Gruden avoided the axe in Washington despite consistent public criticisms of the team's star quarterback Robert Griffin III, his defensive coordinator Jim Haslett wasn't so fortunate. Show More Summary
Washington quarterback Robert Griffin III took sacks during the 2014 season like no other quarterback in the 21st Century. Griffin was sacked 33 times last year while throwing only 214 passes. How rare is that? Not since Hugh Millen of the 1992 Patriots has a quarterback been sacked so many times while throwing so few…
ASHBURN, Va. -- Robert Griffin III did not do enough to warrant heading into the offseason with the Washington Redskins' starting quarterback job. You can say the same thing about Kirk Cousins and Colt McCoy as well. Which is why head...Show More Summary
Washington quarterback Kirk Cousins said yesterday that he’d rather be traded than spend 2015 as the backup to Robert Griffin III. But when that statement was picked up by media across the country, Cousins sought to clarify it. So on a conference call set up by the team’s PR staff, Cousins said he wasn’t demanding…
LANDOVER, Md. -- Thoughts and observations about the Washington Redskins' 44-17 loss to the Dallas Cowboys: This season wasn't just about Jay Gruden. Or Robert Griffin III. Or Jim Haslett. If it feels better picking a scapegoat, go ahead. Show More Summary
Washington quarterback Kirk Cousins doesn’t want to spend 2015 as the backup to Robert Griffin III. Cousins told Dianna Marie Russini of NBC 4 in D.C. that he would like to be traded if Griffin is named the starting quarterback for next season. In Cousins’s opinion, if there is no quarterback competition, there’s no point…
LANDOVER, Md. -- Robert Griffin III didn’t have the season he, or anyone, wanted. Now the trick is to fix his game to make sure that same thing isn’t said a year from now. In Sunday’s 44-17 loss to Dallas, Griffin completed 27-of-41 passes for 336 yards, one touchdown and two interceptions. Show More Summary