On Monday night, Robert Griffin III will perform his usual pregame rituals. He’ll listen to the Michael Jackson song “Thriller.” He’ll take a stroll on the turf, from end zone to end zone.
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RGIII hit the turf with typical flair. He performed a half-speed slide and rolled over to protect the ball. The crowd went wild. It was perhaps the biggest cheer he’s heard for any play yet during camp.
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If there’s anyone at Redskins Park who’s fortunate that Robert Griffin III isn’t able to practice while recovering from knee surgery, it’s Kirk Cousins.
Robert Griffin III was put on display Thursday at Redskins Park. Griffin was on the field, dropping back, and throwing passes during the first day of OTAs open to the media.
Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III wins AP 2012 NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year Award.
Robert Griffin III’s rehabilitation from reconstructive knee surgery likely began minutes after waking up from anesthesia in his recovery room in Gulf Breeze, Fla.
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So far the numbers say the Robert Griffin plays his best ball when the lights are the hottest and brightest. But Griffin has never played in a game of this magnitude, as Sunday night will dwarf the stage of Thanksgiving day.