Robert Griffin III
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.
During a blowout, shutout loss to the Rams, Washington Redskins fans began chanting for Robert Griffin III who was sidelined for the second time this season.
With Dan Snyder and Bruce Allen reportedly wanting to stick with Robert Griffin III in 2015, coach Jay Gruden could be “one and done” with the Redskins following the 2014 season, reports Jason Reid of the Washington Post.
No on in the Redskins locker room “gets the hype” around Robert Griffin III anymore, an unnamed Redskins player told TMZ in a scathing report. Who could it be?
Hall of Fame quarterback Fran Tarkenton had a brutally harsh opinion about Robert Griffin III’s future in the National Football League.
Pro Football Talk’s Mike Florio isn’t buying the idea that the Redskins have moved on from the Robert Griffin III era in Washington.