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Robert Griffin III featured on cover of NCAA Football 13
Baylor quarterback and the 2012 Heisman Trophy winner Robert Griffin III has been named the cover athlete for NCAA Football 13 by EA Sports. Griffin will appear on the cover for the top college football video game along with another former Heisman Trophy winner, which will be determined by a fan vote.
Starting March 12 EA Sports will launch a Facebook page to vote for the second cover athlete, which will be between legendary players including University of Southern California running back Marcus Allen, former Boston College quarterback Doug Flutie, former Ohio State University running back Eddie George, former The University of Michigan wide receiver Desmond Howard, former Oklahoma State University running back Barry Sanders, former University of Georgia running back Herschel Walker, former Florida State University quarterback Charlie Ward and former University of Houston quarterback Andre Ware.
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WACO, Texas (AP) -- Robert Griffin was able to impress teams and scouts without throwing a pass at the NFL combine.
There was his official time of 4.41 seconds in the 40-yard dash, fastest among quarterbacks, and the Heisman Trophy winner believes he ran even faster. And there were interviews with at least eight teams, including the Indianapolis Colts, who have the No. 1 draft pick...
Robert Griffin III was already rumored to be the No. 2 overall pick in the upcoming 2012 NFL Draft behind only Andrew Luck. The only unknown was what team would select Griffin, as the St. Louis Rams have stated that they are going forward with Sam Bradford as their starting quarterback, and would actively shop the pick for a team looking to draft Griffin coming off of...
Define irony: A wide receiver that runs slower than his own quarterback. I think that qualifies.
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Baylor Bears star signal-caller Robert Griffin III was faster than his own receiver Kendall Wright at the 2012 NFL Scouting Combine in the 40-yard dash on Sunday morning.
The current Heisman Trophy winner posted unofficial times of 4.38 and 4.41 which topped...
It’s day two of the NFL Scouting Combine. There’s been several big developments already today, so we’re filing a mid-day report before we get into the RBs.
Stephen Hill’s sub 4.4 40 yard dash time started the day off with an early roar. It’s obvious that he has top level talent and if he is placed with a team with a great receiver coach, he can become one of the best...
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When wide receivers run at the NFL Scouting Combine, everybody watches. Every year there are surprises and disappointments. A receiver that can run fast quickly rise up boards while the slower receivers get scrutinized even more. Then comes, what I think is the best drill at the combine, the gauntlet. This drill shows what receivers can use their...