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Under the leadership of rookie QB Robert Griffin III and the sensational play of rookie RB Alfred Morris, the Washington Redskins roared through the second half of the 2012 NFL and captured the NFC East division title. A key piece of the Redskins’ offense last season was wide receiver Pierre Garcon. The speedy Garcon provides the Redskins with a legitimate deep threat but can Washington count on him this season?
A free agent acquisition in the 2012 offseason, Garcon was supposed to provide the deep threat the Redskins receiving corps had been lacking. In his first game, Garcon caught passes for 109 yards and a score and the future looked bright. Not so fast. Garcon tore ligaments in his toes and he missed six of the team’s first eight games. This offseason, Garcon underwent shoulder surgery.
How important was Garcon to the offense? Without him in the lineup, Washington was 3-6 at their bye week. He sucked it up and returned after the break and the team never lost another regular sea...
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We aren’t sure if Georgia Poole can lay claim to be the oldest living Washington Redskins fan in the world at the age of 99, but it is going to be tough to disprove it, as she made her way to the team’s training camp. Oh, and this is not just some old school fan who only remembers the days of ‘Slinging’ Sammy Baugh. Nah, she’s a full-fledged Robert Griffin III groupie....
In 2012, Robert Griffin III spent the offseason discussing his potential.
In 2013, he is spending the offseason discussing what happened as the end result of using that potential.
Griffin recently stated that he is done worrying about that pesky leg injury.
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You know you've hit the big time when you get a menu item at a local restaurant named after you.
Now Robert Griffin III can officially say he is somebody after the Metro Grill in Richmond, Virginia named a monstrous burger after the Washington Redskins quarterback.
The RG3 Burger isn't just any ordinary burger. According to the Washington Post, this behemoth on a bun consists...
Robert Griffin III told reporters after Monday morning’s practice that the knee brace he is wearing will be there all season. “I don’t know if I’ll wear it forever. I know I’ll wear it the rest of the season,” RG3 said. “It just depends on how the leg feels.” Griffin has previously played a full [...]
You know you've made it when they start naming food after you. After just one season in the NFL the quarterback of the Washington Redskins, Robert Griffin III, well--he has made it. Not only does the man have some food named after him, but it is a monster of a burger.
The kind of thing to make a fat guy eye's go as wide as an eight-year old's on Christmas morning....
Robert Griffin III is getting more work at Washington Redskins training camp.
Coach Mike Shanahan said the quarterback had about ''16 or 17'' snaps Wednesday during 7-on-7 drills.
That's an increase from eight snaps the first few days and 10 snaps the next few days as Griffin works back into shape following reconstructive knee surgery.
Griffin got the extra...
After practice Wednesday morning quarterback Robert Griffin III went out of his way to spend some quality time with one of the Redskins’ biggest fans, 99-year-old Georgia Poole. Poole, who proclaims herself to be the Redskins’ biggest and oldest fan had high hopes of meeting the star quarterback and even joked with him about his injuries last season. RG3 who was evidently...
During a 7-on-7 drill in shorts at Washington Redskins training camp, Robert Griffin III rolled left and couldn't find an open receiver. He started to scramble, saw a lane and ran for 15 yards.
Then he hit the turf, with typical RG3 flair. He performed a half-speed slide and rolled over to protect the ball.
The crowd went wild. It was perhaps the biggest cheer he's heard...
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Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III told the media today that he rehabbed his knee at an American Football facility in Nice, France while he was on his honeymoon.
Robert Griffin said that during his honeymoon in Nice, France, he was doing rehab work at an American Football facility.
— Albert Breer (@AlbertBreer) July 29, 2013
According to SI.com, Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III said he has "no pain" in his surgically repaired right knee.Fantasy Spin:Griffin isn't expected to play in any preseason games, but the Redskins might just be able to run their full offense without any restrictions this season. That means RGIII's ADP should continue to rise. He has made an incredibly quick...
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In the first of my 2013 Big 12 Football Preview Series, I take a look at the Art Briles led Baylor Bears.
Since the emergence of Robert Griffin III, the transformation of Baylor football has been pretty astounding. Starting in 2010, the Bears climbed out of the cellar of the Big 12 and has since become not only competitive, but have other Big 12 teams...