Since Robert Griffin III apparently doesn’t want his fatherly advice, Donovan McNabb’s giving it to his nephew the hockey player. McNabb has been working with Darnell Nurse, who is expected to be one of the top picks in the June 30 NHL Draft (at least according to my mock draft). “He’s been one of the…
Washington Redskins head coach Mike Shanahan may be forced to make one of the biggest decisions of his NFL coaching career, while the career of his star quarterback Robert Griffin III hangs in the balance. It is subject to debate—should...Show More Summary
Just saw this press release and I’m grinning from ear to ear: “USAA announced that Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III will support its military appreciation efforts this year. This agreement supports USAA’s Official Military Appreciation Sponsorship of the NFL and the Washington Redskins. Show More Summary
Dual-threat quarterbacks are all the rage in the NFL right now, but if Tim Tebow is going to make his mark with the New England Patriots, he needs to become a pocket passer, first and foremost. Robert Griffin III, Russell Wilson and Colin Kaepernick are all capable of making huge plays with their legs. Show More Summary
Ted Kluck juxtaposes the public faiths of NFL quarterbacks Tim Tebow and Robert Griffin III: If “mentioning your faith” had a spectrum, Tebow would be on the high end of that spectrum, and Griffin would be on the moderate-to-low end. While public faith was an integral part of the Tebow brand, Griffin seems low-key by […]
With so much attention devoted to ACL patients like Robert Griffin III and Darrelle Revis, it’s easy to forget that the two-time 2009 NFL defensive rookie of the year also hopes to return to form after a serious knee injury. Texans linebacker Brian Cushing, who tore an ACL on a low peel back block from…
The 2012 NFL rookie class was as impressive a group of rookies as the league has ever had. The emergence of top-2 picks Andrew Luck and Robert Griffin III as immediate superstars was expected, but the rookie class became spectacular because of the many other surprise standouts that emerged during their rookie seasons. Show More Summary
Echoing the words of his father, Mike Shanahan, Redskins offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan says the read option helps protect Robert Griffin III.
Robert Griffin III hadn't walked 10 steps before I got the first text. "You seeing this?" one fellow writer asked me from his spot along the red carpet at the NFL Honors award ceremony on Feb. 2. "It's tape delayed," I responded, but it gave me a clue what was coming. Show More Summary
ASHBURN, Va. -- Are the Washington Redskins planning to reduce the number of read-option plays in their playbook in order to keep quarterback Robert Griffin III safe? No chance. Redskins offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan said Wednesday...Show More Summary
Redskins offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan defended the team’s use of Robert Griffin III last season, saying their quarterback was actually at greater risk on passing plays than runs. As a result, he said there’s no need to take away the option elements of the offense. “He stayed healthy last year running the zone-read,” Shanahan said,…
Andrew Luck took the NFL by storm last season, along with fellow rookie quarterbacks Robert Griffin III and Russell Wilson. Fans of all three teams hope their respective quarterbacks will lead their teams into a decade-long run of success. Show More Summary
Robert Griffin III sounded confident on Tuesday that he'll be ready to go when the Redskins training camp on July 25, even if that means rehabbing on his honeymoon.
ASHBURN, Va. -- After the Washington Redskins wrap up their minicamp here Wednesday, rehabbing quarterback Robert Griffin III plans to spend another week at the facility before going off to get married and enjoy the "personal life" portion of his offseason. Show More Summary
On Tuesday, Robert Griffin III said he thought it was "good" that the New England Patriots signed Tim Tebow. "I think it's good," the Redskins quarterback said at a press conference when asked if the quarterback was good for the NFL....Show More Summary
Washington quarterback Robert Griffin III said after today’s minicamp practice that he continues to make progress in recovery from his January knee surgery, and he’s not even thinking about the possibility that he could have a setback. “I just don’t worry about the setbacks, I just worry about the progress I’m making moving forward,” Griffin…
Let's forget about Robert Griffin III for a moment. That's not an easy thing to do, especially because he's the reigning Offensive Rookie of the Year and is rehabbing the nasty knee ligament tear suffered in the first-round playoff loss to the Seattle Seahawks early in 2013. Show More Summary
Mike Florio believes Robert Griffin III’s main concern should not revolve around the time he has missed, but he should be concerned about players targeting his surgically-repaired knee. Also, Ravens QB Joe Flacco has to prove he’s ready to become a leader, whether the teams desperately needs him to be that or not.
The expectations and idolatry of Christian celebrity culture. I admit it felt weird writing a book about Robert Griffin III just weeks into his rookie season with the Washington Redskins. At this point, nobody knows how God will use success, failure, and other circumstances to shape this professional, professing Christian football star. Show More Summary
Most of the voices (sometimes conflicting) regarding whether Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III will play in the regular-season opener against the Eagles have come from the organization or those directly attached to it. An outsider now agrees with the currently prevailing view that, barring a setback, Griffin will be ready to go come September. Peter…