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Robert Griffin III put Baylor University football on the map. He brought home the Heisman Trophy in late December and is on the fast track to becoming an NFL franchise quarterback. And with his new contract with Adidas, he's going to look good doing it. RGIII signed recently signed a deal with Adidas and already has his first commercial under his belt. It's a good one, too. The advertisement shows Griffin working out with a voiceover of his Heisman acceptance speech. Per Griffin's deal, he'll be wearing a pair of flashy gold adizero 5-Star shoes at the NFL Combine next week which starts on Saturday. And as seen in the picture, RGIII is all about sporting crazy socks. Remember, he wore Superman socks under his suit at the Heisman presentation. Griffin's footwear will be the talk of Indianapolis when quarterbacks start their testing on Sunday.
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A day after collecting the Davey O'Brien National Quarterback award, Robert Griffin now has some new attire to sport with adidas announcing on Tuesday they had signed the Heisman winning quarterback to an endorsement deal. Griffin will be debuting the latest adidas gear starting at the NFL combine which is set to commence this week in Indianapolis. So can he still wear all his...
Robert Griffin III (a.k.a.RG3) puts it down in the weight room to prepare for the combine. Clink the link below to check out his hard work.
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(PhatzRadio / SI) — It’s time to meet and get to know a whole new group of NFL prospects. Starting Thursday in Indianapolis, 326 players, 750 media members and 900 agents or so will collide at the stadium the Manning brothers made famous, Lucas Oil, for the rites of passage from college to pro football known as the NFL Scouting Combine.
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Former Baylor quarterback Robert Griffin III signs endorsement deal with Adidas. (Our Daily Bears)
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Coming off of a 7-6 season in 2010, the expectation was for modest improvement. Phil Steele picked Baylor 8th in the Big 12 and we picked them 7th. What happened on the offensive side of the football was far from modest. It was outstanding. Led by Superman Socks himself, Robert Griffin III, the Bears increased their points per game from 31.2 to 45.3. RG3 was dynamic and he posted...