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Redskins wise not to exercise fifth-year option on RG3

Patrick Smith/Getty Images Uncertain speculation has been circulating this off-season about whether or not the Redskins will be picking up the fifth-year option on quarterback Robert Griffin III’s rookie contract for the 2016 season. Washington Redskins officials are probably done with Griffin III. In light of his less-than-acceptable subpar performance during the last two seasons...
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Will the Washington Redskins pick up Robert Griffin III’s fifth year option?

The Washington Redskins have a heck of a decision to make regarding the future of the guy who was supposed to be their franchise quarterback. They have until May 3rd to decide whether or not they will pick up Robert Griffin III’s fifth year option. Word on the street is that they’re leaning towards doing so… AROUND COVER32 First and 10: The 10 most-underrated games on the...
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Redskins To Pick Up QB Robert Griffin III’s Fifth-Year Option After The Draft?

A person familiar with the situation tells Mark Maske of the Washington Post that he expects the Redskins to exercise QB Robert Griffin III’s fifth-year option following the draft. Washington has yet to say what their plans are for RGIII’s option, but Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk writes that the feeling around the league has been that ... The post Redskins To Pick Up QB...
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4 days ago  |  Discuss

Robert Griffin III calls the New England Patriots a high school football team

Last offseason, the Washington Redskins joined the New England Patriots for a week of practices in August. Robert Griffin III came away with an interesting way of describing Bill Belichick and the Pats. “What you do learn from watching (Brady) — and then watching the Patriots organization — you get a big-picture look at it,” Griffin said, via “Man, honestly, they...
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5 days ago  |  Discuss

RG3 on Patriots: 'They operate like a high school football team'

  Class is in session, and Robert Griffin III is taking notes.   The Washington Redskins quarterback got a firsthand look at how Tom Brady and the New England Patriots operate last preseason when the two teams held joint practices in August. The squads then went in completely opposite directions, as Griffin’s Redskins finished 4-12 while Brady’s Patriots went on...
6 days ago  |  Discuss

RG3 'wouldn't be bummed' if Redskins don't pick up option

The Washington Redskins are one of several teams who have been linked to former Oregon quarterback Marcus Mariota this offseason, which says a lot about where Robert Griffin III currently stands. Whether the Redskins draft a quarterback or not, it’s fair to wonder if 2015 will be Griffin’s last season with the team. The Redskins...Read More
Via Larry Brown Sports
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Robert Griffin III Ready to Move on From Washington?

It has not been a great stay for Robert Griffin III in Washington. He started off with a bang and led the team to a playoff berth that ended with him blowing his knee out. It has been straight down hill ever since. He's gone from being D.C.'s favorite son to one of the most ridiculed players in the NFL today.Should the Redskins decided they don't want to secure his services through...
Via FatManWriting
6 days ago  |  Discuss

RG3 addresses rumors Redskins are targeting QB in draft

There have been numerous rumors surface over the past couple weeks that the Washington Redskins are potentially looking into selecting Oregon quarterback Marcus Mariota in the upcoming NFL draft. These rumors fly in the face of head coach Jay Gruden’s proclamation that Robert Griffin III is the team’s starting quarterback. They also fly in the face of common logic. Why exhaust...
Via Sportsnaut
14 days ago  |  Discuss

Robert Griffin III on name of first child if it’s a boy: ‘It will be RG4′

Robert Griffin III and his wife Rebecca are expecting their first child. The Washington Redskins quarterback recently said if the impending bundle of joy is a boy, he will be named in similar fashion to his father. “If it’s a boy, it will be a 4th,” Griffin said during an appearance ” Fox News Sunday”...Read More The post Robert Griffin III on name of first child if it’s...
Via Sportress of Blogitude
16 days ago  |  Discuss

Robert Griffin III just can’t win

No matter what Robert Griffin III says, or does not say, people react to the extreme. RGIII appeared on a segment of Redskins Nation that the team intended to hype the fans and rehabilitate RG’s image. Meaning, the team coached him to say all the right things, like: “It’s not about talking about it; it’s about being about it. That’s what my goal is this entire offseason...
Via Redskins Hog Heaven
17 days ago  |  Discuss

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