Robert Griffin III
The Washington Redskins will pick up RG3’s fifth-year option, a surprising announcement to many. Here’s what makes sense about it.
The Washington Redskins will pick up Robert Griffin III’s fifth-year option, reportedly worth $16.1 million, for 2016, team general manager Scot McCloughan announced.
The Redskins and Robert Griffin III will try one last time to recapture that 2012 Rookie of the Year magic.
Robert Griffin III says he’s been watching as much as two hours of film per day, sometimes of Tom Brady, Peyton Manning and Aaron Rodgers.
Robert Griffin III hasn’t revealed the gender of his unborn child, but does say if it’s a boy, he’ll be named “RG4.”
Robert Griffin III says his job is not to judge his coach: “Players play. Coaches coach.”
Former Redskins quarterback Joe Theismann assesses the team’s options at quarterback, calling 2015 a pivotal season for Robert Griffin III.
Redskins GM Scot McCloughan broke his offseason silence in time to fuel the Marcus Mariota speculation.
Jay Gruden clarifies Robert Griffin III will have to “do a good job” in order to remain the Redskins starting QB in 2015.
Despite Robert Griffin III being named the Redskins’ 2015 starter, Ryan Clark insists he’s not Jay Gruden’s guy.