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Bomani: Notion of RGIII as ‘Post-Racial’ QB Rarely Discussed Publicly

Many have called into question why Howard Bryant chose to refer to RGIII as a “racial bridge” Tuesday, in a scathing piece indicting Griffin as being more “commercial than competitor.” Bomani Jones, also with ESPN, says it’s a conversation he’s never been a part of … publicly.


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Howard Bryant on RGIII: ‘He’s a Creation. People Don’t Even Call Him Robert’

Howard Bryant, in defending his column in which he accused Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III of falling victim to his own overinflated image, while also labeling him a “racial bridge of a divided city,” says he wishes the quarterback had just “been a little bit more sober” about his road to recovery.


Robert Griffin III #10 of the Washington Redskins celebrates after the Redskins scored a touchdown against the Oakland Raiders at Coliseum on September 29, 2013 in Oakland, California. (Credit: Ezra Shaw/Getty Images)

Is RGIII More ‘Commercial Than Competitor’?

ESPN The Magazine’s Howard Bryant posits whether Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III is more “commercial than competitor” in a scathing article published Tuesday. While his point won’t be a popular one in D.C., are his thoughts representative of a growing sentiment?