ESPN NFL analyst Jon Gruden watched Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III in person last month during organized team activities and again on the second day of training camp on Friday.
As the Redskins embark on training camp, teammates of Robert Griffin III weigh in on his reformed attitude, as it appears in entering his third season, he’s finally “becoming a pro.”
RGIII explained the reason for working with Terry Shea this offseason as necessary because, “he knew what I looked like beforehand, before the injury and before some of the mechanical things that I was asked to change.”
Robert Griffin III will be honored for years to come with a statue in front of Baylor football’s new stadium, to be unveiled ahead of the inaugural game at McLane Stadium on Aug. 31, 2014.
RGIII has been posting videos of him jumping over hurdles, then launching footballs at targets, and later lifting large amounts of weight with his shoulders. Watch them here.
First last week, there was RGIII tweeting about his new D.C.-themed cleats. Then, there was RGIII tweeting about Snoop Dogg’s new cleats (?), then Snoop Retweeting RGIII tweeting about Snoop’s new cleats. View all the photos here.
Robert Griffin III was asked if he ever feels he has to the opportunity to be the Muhammad Ali of his generation, by taking a stance against the Redskins’ team name. His response: It’s just not the time.
A WWE star is cautions an injured wrestler not to return too soon and wind up like RGIII.
So far, so good for Robert Griffin III and Jay Gruden. Their relationship is still in the honeymoon phase, but RGIII is impressing his new coach.
Robert Griffin III’s favorite movie is “John Q,” but Kevin McCarthy also learned the Redskins quarterback has been known to shed a tear during the romance flick “PS, I Love You.”