Robert Griffin III
Washington Redskins coach Jay Gruden talked of medical reports on Colt McCoy before deciding his starting quarterback against the Philadelphia Eagles on Saturday.
Santana Moss was ejected for arguing with officials as time expired in the first half of a 10-7 Redskins-Giants game on Sunday.
Forget about the draft picks you gave up to acquire Robert Griffin III — that’s in the past — Joe Theismann says, “I think you have to give him another year.”
Michael Irvin heavily trolled Robert Griffin III supporters in a very short time span Tuesday evening on SHOWTIME’S “Inside the NFL.”
ESPN radio host Colin Cowherd calls D.C. a “weird city” where fans and media are “kind of deluded and blinded by the local stars.” It’s also “myopic,” according to Cowherd.
If Colt McCoy can’t play Sunday against the Giants, due to a sprained neck, then Robert Griffin III will be the Redskins starting quarterback once again, says Jay Gruden.
Redskins quarterback Colt McCoy underwent an MRI and x-rays on his strained neck, but his status for Sunday’s game against the New York Giants is uncertain.
“Last Friday, after practice, he was on the field by himself for like 40 minutes, just punting the ball, and running after it,” reporter Mike Jones said of RG3. “And punting the ball, and running after it.”
Colt McCoy took a blow to the back of the head from St. Louis Rams defensive end Robert Quinn and suddenly the Redskins’ quarterback situation is in flux. Again.
The Redskins trudged off the field to pure indifference. The boos were minimal. There weren’t enough fans left in the stands to make much of an impact anyway. They had long since departed FedEx Field before the final whistle sounded on a disheartening 24-0 loss to the St. Louis Rams on Sunday.