In 2013, Jay Gruden called out his quarterback Andy Dalton using strikingly similar language to what he said about Robert Griffin III on Monday.
Jay Gruden hadn’t heard Robert Griffin III’s “we’re focused on San Francisco” press conference Wednesday, he says, although, while addressing team needs, he uttered an increasingly more common refrain.
Monday, Jay Gruden said he needed to “put a stop” to players allowing their words to get twisted by Media. Wednesday, RGIII seemed to heed that advice.
RGIII received a message from his coach and executed it flawlessly. Griffin was muted, succinct and never off message in his press conference Wednesday afternoon.
The NFL’s potential $1 billion plan to compensate retired players for brain trauma could soon close the chapter on a troubled era of league concussion management.
Grant and Danny’s ‘Redskins Survivor’ began with 17 players in Week 1 of the NFL season. Only one will remain when it’s all over. Who will emerge the lone Redskins Survivor?
The Ravens are dependent on Joe Flacco to play his best football down the stretch if they are going to make a run at the AFC North title. Flacco is certainly capable of getting hot and putting big numbers up on the scoreboard.
The Cowboys have been one of the bigger surprises in the league this year, but their sharp start could go to waste if they can’t come through in games like this.
The Redskins pulled off one of the most disappointing performances of the season as they were coming off a bye week and had the lowly Tampa Bay Bucs at FedEx Field and they couldn’t even stay close.
The Dolphins are a solid team and they appear to be getting better. However, they are going to be tested against an angry Broncos team that has lost two of its last three games.