Ryan Clark is just as perplexed as many Redskins fans as to why Robert Griffin III releasing his own personal logo has caused so much of a stir, publicly, and he intimated as much to Lavar and Dukes on Wednesday.
Robert Griffin III being the quarterback of the Redskins definitely played a role in guard Shawn Lauvao’s decision to sign with Washington, he told 106.7 The Fan’s Grant Paulsen and Danny Rouhier on Tuesday.
RGIII’s status as pace car driver at a NASCAR race in Richmond this month remains uncertain.
Robert Griffin III has joined Instagram and the Redskins quarterback captioned his first photo, a vaguely heart-shaped logo made up of his initials, with a message to family, friends and fans.
With the Shanahans gone and his surgery more than 14 months in the past, RGIII went public recently with his plans to ditch the brace.
The mystery behind which jersey number DeSean Jackson will wear for the Redskins appears to be unraveling, with team quarterback Robert Griffin III quelling rumors he may be sacrificing his NFL top-selling No. 10 jersey.
Robert Griffin III is excited for the “competitiveness” DeSean Jackson — who agreed to terms — instantly brings to the Redskins offense, but wants to remind fans “we haven’t won anything yet.”
Robert Griffin III “can’t do it alone.” That’s the message Redskins legend Doug Williams had for the quarterback entering his third season.
Jay Gruden says he plans to be “open and honest” with RGIII, and develop him as a pocket passer during his third season as the Redskins quarterback, in an interview with Dan Hellie on NFL Network.
Pretty soon you may be able to say Robert Griffin III is your favorite NASCAR driver.