When Hall of Famer and FOX analyst Troy Aikman stopped by the set of PFT Live on Super Bowl Radio Row Thursday, Aikman and Mike Florio discussed the possibility of the Cowboys pursuing Johnny Manziel or Robert Griffin III to address their backup quarterback situation. But Aikman said he believes the Cowboys might be better…
Heading into Super Bowl 50, the careers of Cam Newton and Robert Griffin III appear to be on completely different trajectories in spite of similar playing skills. Three years ago, these trajectories seemed reversed. Can Griffin restart his career?
Baylor coach Art Briles thinks Robert Griffin III’s next NFL stop should be in Dallas. Briles, who coached Griffin to a Heisman Trophy, said playing for the Cowboys would be a dream come true for Griffin, and a good fit for him from a football perspective. “You could have a dream. That would probably be…
The idea of quarterback Robert Griffin III playing in a Dallas Cowboys uniform may be nauseating for Washington fans who still idolize the signal-caller for leading their team to the postseason as a rookie, but it would be a “dream”Show More Summary
Washington General Manager Scot McCloughan had to play it coy when asked about Robert Griffin III yesterday, though no one in the world thinks RG3 is going to be anywhere near the nation’s capital next year. But when it was time to talk about the quarterback who will, McCloughan had to tread just as carefully, because…
Four years ago, Washington gave up three first-round draft picks and a second-round pick to get quarterback Robert Griffin III. Now, as the fifth year of his rookie deal prepare to kick in with a $16.155 million salary for 2016 becoming fully guaranteed on the first day of the league year in March, it’s a…
Troy Aikman had to go and stir things up. Sitting with SI.com's Maggie Gray, Aikman said he thinks that Robert Griffin III or Johnny Manziel will be a member of the Dallas Cowboys next season. “I believe as I sit here today that either...Show More Summary
Former Cowboys quarterback Troy Aikman believes Jerry Jones is eager to make a high-profile move at the backup quarterback position. “I believe, as I sit here today, either Johnny Manziel or Robert Griffin III will be in Dallas as a backup,” Aikman told SI.com. It’s easy to see Jones making such a move: Jones loves…
The Dallas Cowboys are still licking their wounds from a 4-12 2015 season that saw starting quarterback Tony Romo sidelined for 12 games because of collarbone injuries. One of the team's all-time best quarterbacks, Hall of Famer Troy...Show More Summary
As many as eight teams could have interest in Redskins QB Robert Griffin III
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Robert Griffin III has had an interesting ride with the Washington Redskins. Will his next stop be in Dallas with the Dallas Cowboys, or somewhere else? According to Sports Illustrated, Brovada lists the Cowboys as an 11-2 favorite to land Robert Griffin III. Show More Summary
As the clock wound down on the Washington Redskins final home game Sunday evening, Robert Griffin III began giving hugs to people on the sideline he may never see again. The camera caught him hugging an equipment manager, their embrace longer than normal, then he walked into the locker room and cleaned out his locker for what is most likely the last time at FedEx Field.
After two years of being treated like garbage, the one-time hero went out with class.
After the Washington Redskins were eliminated from the NFL playoffs thanks to a 35-18 loss to the Green Bay Packers on Sunday, controversial Christian quarterback Robert Griffin III cleaned out his locker and left behind a farewell note for the team.
Robert Griffin III was supposed to be the savior for Washington’s NFL franchise, which traded away a small fortune in draft picks to acquire the quarterback. It didn’t quite work out that way. Sunday was almost certainly the former No. Show More Summary
Robert Griffin III has cleared out his locker at Redskins Park for likely the last time because there is a high probability that Washington will cut him before the league year starts in March.
Yesterday’s loss the the Green Bay Packers in the Wild Card round of the playoffs not only marked the end of the Washington Redskins’ season. It also marked what is likely to be the end of Robert Griffin III‘s tenure in the nation’s capital. So, with RG3 likely on his was out of D.C., the […]
D.C. can't wait to see this guy walk out that door We're required to remind you that these strong takes are SATIRE. Sorry, not sorry. All spelling errors are intentional, we think. -- The editor. Wellcome to the Monday Morning BM, just...Show More Summary
Robert Griffin Leaves A Shady Note In His Locker After Redskins Loss A disappointed Robert Griffin III spent a vast majority of this NFL season sitting on the bench watching Kirk Cousins lead the Washington Redskins to a mediocre re...