Robert Griffin III
The ultimate showdown between Jay Gruden and Redskins owner Dan Snyder is still likely on the horizon, Jason Reid says: “I think he will lose, because Dan Snyder is not ready to give up on Robert Griffin III.”
With only two games in their 2014 season, here are the five biggest storylines heading into Saturday’s Redskins-Eagles matchup (AKA DeSean Jackson Revenge Tour: Part 2).
Robert Griffin III isn’t saying much these days, even though he is again the starting quarterback for the Washington Redskins.
The Redskins will place quarterback Colt McCoy, who left Sunday’s loss to the Giants with a sprained neck in the first quarter, on season-ending Injured Reserve, coach Jay Gruden announced on Tuesday.
‘Stop supporting Dan Snyder financially, until he demonstrates a commitment to putting the right people in place,’ writes Patrick Cannon, adding, ‘Batten down the hatches. Two more games, then the fun begins.’
Redskins quarterback Colt McCoy pondered the question and, to break the silence, slammed the handle of his suitcase four times in a row.
Robert Griffin III will likely be the Redskins starting quarterback against the Philadelphia Eagles on Saturday, Jay Gruden says.
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.”