Robert Griffin III
Robert Griffin III is “one of the least self-aware people you’ll ever meet,” whose ineptitude in the pocket “was outmatched only by his ego,” writes Jason Reid.
Why did the Redskins not mention Robert Griffin III as part of their “nucleus” in a promotional letter sent to season ticket-holders?
Joe Theismann still believes Kirk Cousins will be a good NFL quarterback, but says the Redskins will be forced to trade him this offseason.
Robert Griffin III’s injury was worse than he let on: “I could have sat out the rest of last year as bad as the ankle was.”
“Change The Mascot” ad features actual game footage of an RG3 touchdown run, with all traces of the Redskins logo digitally removed.
I was recently asked to make a bold sports prediction for 2015. My initial response was understandably deemed a bit too racy to be included in CBS’s national piece but I am here to share it with you, unabridged.
Scot McCloughan, introduced as Redskins general manager on Friday, warns you “have to be careful giving up on a quarterback” in the NFL. The Redskins have three.
Baylor coach Art Briles fiercely defended RG3, and criticized the Redskins’ handling of his former QB on ESPN: “I don’t know how many division titles Washington’s won the last 20 years, but I think it’s one.”
Redskins quarterback Kirk Cousins says he has not asked for a trade if the organization names Robert Griffin III its quarterback for 2015, as NBC4 had previously reported.
If the Redskins name Robert Griffin III the starting quarterback in advance of the 2015 season, Kirk Cousins would ask to be traded, according to Dianna Russini of NBC Washington.