Hall of Fame quarterback Jim Kelly – the only quarterback to ever lead his team to four straight Super Bowls – is pulling for Robert Griffin III to return to the dominance he exuded in his rookie season, because he’s a good person, and Jim Kelly roots for good people.
Why is RGIII’ response to a photo he posted on Facebook making the media rounds? It’s a simple answer really, and it starts with you.
Jay Gruden, the 46-year-old first-time NFL head coach, has no plans to coddle franchise quarterback Robert Griffin III.
The Washington Redskins have their guy — officially announcing the hiring of Jay Gruden as head coach this afternoon — so now it’s time to focus on how to get RGIII back to rookie form. Clinton Portis said Wednesday he needs to stay out of the media and focus on football.
The Washington Redskins have acquired another one of Robert Griffin III’s former Baylor teammates.
Phil Simms, Rich Gannon and Steve Beuerlein believe the Redskins have lost control of Robert Griffin III, if he truly is actively involved in picking the Redskins’ next head coach — saying as much on NFL Monday QB on CBS Sports Network.
One player, who played for the Redskins under Mike Shanahan, believes Rich Bisaccia can succeed where Shanahan’s staff failed with RGIII and others.
A poll conducted by Public Policy Polling surveying registered voters has found that 71 percent of people polled do not think the Redskins should change their nickname.
Robert Griffin III saw an epic fall out of the good graces of the public in 2013, which Bomani Jones says was inevitable; as Griffin became the villain the world needed after having his road to recovery so overexposed.
Kurt Warner says there are too many mitigating circumstances surrounding Robert Griffin III’s play this season not to trust that he’ll return to his Rookie of the Year form next season, but that doesn’t mean he’s counting Kirk Cousins out either.