Robert Griffin III stood out with his bright yellow cleats, but that didn't matter.
Washington Redskins owner Dan Snyder, coach Mike Shanahan and the horde of media members would have honed in on the future of the franchise anyway.
It was the third and final day of the Redskins' rookie minicamp Sunday, and the reigning Heisman Trophy winner -- the second overall pick in last month's NFL Draft -- finished with a pads-free, seven-on-seven scrimmage. He looked solid, as expected, and then was just as smooth in his first post-practice chat with reporters.
"It felt good," said Griffin, who wore No. 10. "This is what we do. It's been a while since we've been able to do football things. We've been doing combine and beauty pageants on pro days. It's time to get back to football."
Minutes later, Shanahan killed much of the drama that surrounded the quarterback position with the likes of Donavan McNabb, John Beck and Rex Grossman churning through the team's quarterback turnstile over the ...