Forget about the draft picks you gave up to acquire Robert Griffin III — that’s in the past — Joe Theismann says, “I think you have to give him another year.”
Joe Theismann and Chris Simms, two quarterbacks who suffered career-ending injuries, plead for RGIII to protect his body better.
As voices from both sides of the Redskins name controversy weigh in on the sudden ruling cancelling the team’s six federally protected trademarks Wednesday, Joe Theismann asserts it’s Daniel Snyder’s choice if the name stays or goes.
Joe Theismann is both honored and a little saddened that he still has amassed more passing yards than any other Washington Redskins quarterback in history.
Joe Theismann said RGIII should make the most out of his second chance at his second year in the NFL.
Redskins great Joe Theismann, who owned the UFL football team for which Jay Gruden previously coached, says the new Redskins head coach has his own style, and he’s not polished, but neither is RGIII, and they’ll grow together.
Joe Theismann is one of the few former Redskins still with close ties to the organization who believes Mike Shanahan should still be the head coach in 2014, or at least who’s been vocal about it.
WNEW’s Cameron Thompson spoke to a number of luminaries at a recent charity event. Among the things discussed was the Redskins name change debate. Here are the comments from Joe Gibbs, Joe Theismann, Mike Wilbon and James ‘JB’ Brown on the issue.
Joe Theismann, who historically changed the pronunciation of his last name to garner more Heisman Trophy votes, had some advice for the NCAA’s most recent recipient of the award. In short, his words suggest a character change for Texas A&M’s Johnny Manziel.
The guessing game about when RGIII will return is beginning to resemble Lebron James’ pre-“The Decision.” Adam Schefter reported it would be a “major surprise” if Griffin played in the preseason at all, but Joe Theismann disagrees, and has good reason to…