Long before flames were being fanned at Redskins Park Monday, Roy Helu was giving a free lesson in postgame humility after a loss.
Clinton Portis had some words of wisdom for Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III, whose words continue to be parsed by media. Desean Jackson says even more stuff.
Open letter to RGIII: You are a legend only in your own mind. I tried to support you for as long as I could. I hoped against logic you would learn from your mistakes, but now I realize that is impossible.
Jay Gruden acknowledged DeSean Jackson took exception with RGIII’s postgame comments Sunday. Gruden responded in great length: “Robert needs to understand he needs to worry about himself, number one, and not everybody else.
Shawn Springs sounded off on his former team, the Washington Redskins, Monday morning, while also predicting RGIII won’t be going anywhere anytime soon.
On Monday morning, the Junkies drew a new comparison of Robert Griffin III to former NFL flameout Vince Young.
At this point in 2013, the Redskins were 3-7. Now, they’re 3-7. So what has RGIII learned about distributing blame in the face over adversity?
Leadership has been a hot topic with the Redskins in recent weeks. How important is it in a locker room. Veteran Barry Cofield answers that very question.
Robert Griffin III is concerned with winning on Sunday, not reports of his status within the Redskins locker room. Still, he understands he’ll have to lean on his teammates: “I need them to win games.”
Ever since DeSean Jackson’s speech, Redskins players have made an effort to let the public know, on local to national TV, they are in full support of Robert Griffin III.