Like the countless coaches, players and analysts, Rex Grossman believes Robert Griffin III has the natural ability to play the game.
Redskins fans have a storied history of falling in love with backup quarterbacks, much as they did when they favored John Beck over Grossman, Todd Collins over Jason Cambell, and Colt Brennan over everyone. But coming off an 20-interception season, you don’t have to worry about the re-signed Rex Grossman getting the fan vote over newly-minted starter Robert Griffin III.
Ashburn, VA-The Redskins held their first OTA today, got to use their bubble for the first, but it didn’t end the way they wanted when Mike Shanahan got blindsided during a deep throw down the middle.
While Redskins fans seem to have unanimously agreed that Robert Griffin was worth his hefty price tag, there is still a creeping fear in the back of their minds when reminded that Heath Schuler was the last time the franchise took a quarterback so high in the draft.
Less than a week after re-signing Rex Grossman, the Washington Redskins are planning to visit with former Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Josh Johnson.
Rex Grossman made an appearance on The Mike Wise Show today, just days removed from signing a new contract with the Washington Redskins. Hear more about what he had to say and listen to the interview here…
Former Washington Redskins General Manager Charlie Casserly joined the Junkies on Monday and was positive about Rex Grossman re-signing with the Redskins.
The fine performances by the victorious Eli Manning of the New York Giants and the vanquished Tom Brady of the New England Patriots in Super Bowl XLVI last night gave us yet more evidence that elite quarterbacks rule in today’s NFL.
Landover, MD-The Redskins lose their sixth home game in a row falling to the shorthanded Vikings 33-26 in their final game at FedEx Field this season.
The Redskins sweep the Giants for the first time since 1999 beating them 23-10 in New York and going to 5-9 on the season.