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While training vigorously during the offseason rehabbing an ACL tear, Robert Griffin III has something to prove as NFL training camp is nearing closer to schedule. This is exactly why he is going all in for week 1.
In preparation, he has teamed up with adidas Training and their technologically advanced Impact Camo collection.
Marking the one-year anniversary of RGIII’s impressive Pro Day performance at Baylor where he captivated onlookers while he prepared for week 1 of his NFL career, Adidas has released the latest video in support of its Impact Camo training collection. He also gives advice to upcoming future NFL stars and athletes on how to work hard and make it count.
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Washington Redskins coach Mike Shanahan made a series of questionable decisions down the stretch of the 2012-13 season about the welfare of his quarterback Robert Griffin III
Now he steps up to discuss amending RG3's style-of-play and his current status.
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It is possible that Robert Griffin III will in fact be ready to start on opening day for the Washington Redskins this fall? Well, it is possible that will be the takeaway for most after an assessment by famed orthopedic surgeon Dr. James Andrews characterized RGIII and former South Carolina Gamecocks running back Marcus Lattimore as ‘superhuman.’ But if we don’t look at the...
Dr. James Andrews has been highly regarded as a top-tier physician and usually doesn’t comment on his patents’ recoveries, but one of his most recent, Robert Griffin III, has caught his eye in a rather extraordinary way.
Andrews, who has worked on the likes of Adrian Peterson, Rajon Rondo, Michael Jordan, Roger Clemens and others, has seen incredible recoveries including...
Dr. James Andrews, the surgeon who repaired Robert Griffin III's torn ACL, had some very encouraging things to say about RG3's rehab.
Dr. James Andrews says Robert Griffin III's recovery from knee surgery is "superhuman," according to ESPN's Stephania Bell.Fantasy Spin:Andrews performed Griffin's right knee surgery to repair a torn ACL and LCL on Jan. 9. "I've been real mum on talking too much about RG III. He wants his recovery to be fairly private but I can tell you he's way...
Comparing Washington’s field general to Bo Jackson and Adrian Peterson, Dr. James Andrews called Redskins rehabilitating superstar Robert Griffin III “superhuman” and said the quarterback is “way ahead of schedule” recovering from reconstructive surgery to repair the ACL and LCL ligaments in his right knee. The 23-year-old Griffin, rightfully named the Associated Press’...
Dr. James Andrews told ESPN’s Stephania Bell that Redskins’ quarterback Robert Griffin III is “superhuman” as he continues to recover from ACL surgery. He was even bold enough to compare him to Bo Jackson and Adrian Peterson.
Dr. Andrews told the media back in late January to not compare Griffin to Peterson. Now he’s clearly changing his tune. I’m going to personally...
Washington Redskins head coach Mike Shanahan told Pro Football Talk that they don’t need to run the read-option to be successful on offense.
“You don’t have to run it,” Shanahan said. “That’s the big factor that the offense has. You may not run it one time in a game. We got a base offense that we run you know with the spread option, the pistol, whatever you want...
In Hollywood there is always one guy that people refer to as the plastic surgeon to the stars. In the sports world that accolade goes to Dr. James Andrews.
Andrews who is widely regarded as the top Orthopedic surgeon in sports is responsible for the rehab of Redskins star quarterback Robert Griffin III.
Andrews was discussing RG3′s rehab from serious ACL surgery, and reportedly...
The St. Louis Rams started 2012 by making a huge trade, netting a collection of draft picks from Washington when the Redskins traded up to the second selection in order to pick Robert Griffin III. The Rams finished the season 7-8-1, an improvement of 5.5 games over 2011, in Jeff Fisher’s first year in town.
The improvement was tangible. The offense went from scoring 193 points...