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Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III was recently married to his longtime girlfriend, Rebecca Liddicoat in Denver Colorado. The Griffin’s had a beautiful wedding and almost 24 hours after the ceremony the two uploaded a video to RG3′s facebook page. It looks like the Griffin’s like to have fun…enjoy!
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Nobody is going to ever confuse Robert Griffin III for being ‘gangsta’, and this rap he made with his wife certainly isn’t that, no matter what their movements. The Washington Redskins star QB got married over the weekend and also made this music video, which according to his Facebook page, is their debut video; “Pop Rocks and Tootsie Pops.” I guess more are coming. I hope...
What we have here is the first official music video release from Mr. and Mrs. Robert Griffin, titled "Pop Rocks and Tootsie Pops," produced by Candy Shop Producers.
Robert Griffin III and his lovely bride will not be around much over the next week. The couple are going to be on their honeymoon after tying the knot on Saturday. Never one to leave his fans hanging, RG3 posted a goofy video to his Facebook page before signing off for the week.
He says its the first official video for Mr. and Mrs. Robert Griffin III. Beyond that there is...
Robert Griffin III tied the knot over the weekend, getting married to college sweetheart Rebecca Liddicoat in a Denver ceremony.
He's already got the wedding presents courtesy of his many fans, and now he has the wedding day to go with them. Yes, Sports Fans, Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III and his longtime girlfriend Rebecca Liddicoat tied the knot on Saturday.
The affair was a little star-studded of course with current teammates and former Baylor ones in attendance including...
RGII and Rebecca Liddicoat(Griffin now) got married Saturday night (see a couple photos below) and tonight they posted on Facebook their debut rap video, “Pop Rocks and Tootsie Pops.” The caption simply said “Check out the first official video release of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Griffin III” I am one of those people that thinks RGIII The post Robert Griffin III and Rebecca Griffin...
Congratulations are in order for Washington Redskins QB Robert Griffin III and Rebecca Liddicoat. The two were married in Denver Saturday, in a ceremony attended by his head coach Mike Shanahan and his college coach from Baylor, Art Briles among others. Check out a few flicks of the nuptials.
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Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III got married over the weekend to his college sweetheart Rebecca Liddicoat in a lavish ceremony in Colorado. On Sunday the newly married couple released their very first music video as husband and wife to RG3′s Facebook page, and as you can see from the above picture, things got a little weird.
In reality the song, Pop Rocks and...
Looks like the newlyweds are just having a grand old time being married! If anyone can actually tell me what is going on in this video that RG3 posted to his official Facebook page, I would be thankful. The only clue we have so far is the caption which reads, “Check out the first official video release of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Griffin III.”
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Robert Griffin III has had many milestones in his life and career. Becoming a star quarterback at Baylor University. Being selected No. 2 overall at the 2012 NFL Draft. Leading a NFL franchise to their first division title this millennium. And, you know, winning a Heisman trophy.
But probably the most important milestone of the 23-year-old's life took place Saturday near Boulder...
July is apparently the month to get hitched for young quarterbacks in the NFC East.
Matt Barkley and Robert Griffin III both tied the knot last weekend, with Barkley marrying longtime girlfriend Brittany Langdon and Griffin making it official with Rebecca Liddicoat.
Barkley’s now-wife played soccer at Seattle Pacific University, while Barkley is in the mix for quarterbacking the...
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