Robert Griffin III, according to Jason Reid and people within the Redskins organization, “has not taken responsibility for his role in his failure.”
Robert Griffin III is “one of the least self-aware people you’ll ever meet,” whose ineptitude in the pocket “was outmatched only by his ego,” writes Jason Reid.
In light of the reported benching of Robert Griffin III, Jason Reid of The Washington Post is airing out some dirty laundry from years past.
Proper context is everything. Make sure you understand it before you read the Twitter feud between a newspaper columnist and a Redskin. Otherwise, you’ll just have to go on with your day.
Washington Post columnist Jason Reid had some colorful insight into Jay Gruden’s non-committal response about whether Kirk Cousins will remain the Redskins starter for the remainder of 2014.
Bomani Jones was “flabbergasted” by Jason Reid’s column on John Wall, in which the Washington Post columnist pointed to Wall’s tattoos as a reason the Wiz shouldn’t sign him to a max contract. At the same time, he doesn’t think Wall should get a max contract.
With the Wizards in negotiations with John Wall for a contract extension, Jason Reid came under scrutiny for citing his tattoos as one reason he’s undeserving of a max deal. But as he told the Junkies Tuesday, those critics are overlooking the bigger issue; that Wall’s not an elite player.
Redskins fans may remember when RGIII released a statement through a third party, saying “all parties involved know their responsibilities” in his knee injury. Well, Jason Reid of The Post suggests that may have been directed at Shanahan, and the two may still need to get on the same page.
Jason Reid reacts to Shanahan’s decision to start John Beck.
Washington Post columnist Jason Reid believed “the fix was in” for John Beck to start for the Redskins. That did not happen, and Reid responded on The Junkies.