Found June 26, 2012 on
Redskins Hog Heaven:
Robert Griffin III
New York Giants
Washington Redskins linebacker Brian Orakpo was a guest on the NFL Network and says things are looking up for the home team. Um, what else was he going to say?
Warren Sapp led the discussion in two directions, expectations for 2012 and (what else) Robert Griffin III. Lets start with that.
RG3 has the "it" factor, a combination of leadership and modesty that impresses Orakpo. Griffin III beats Orakpo to Redskins Park every day. Griffin III isn't under contract yet. That impresses me.
Most of the talk was what fans could expect from the 2012 Redskins. "Consistent intensity," says Orakpo. The players must bring the same intensity they brought against the New York Giants. Washington swept New York for their only two wins against NFC East opponents. The Redskins lost two winnable games against the Cowboys and just looked stupid against the struggling Eagles.
Consistency was difficult after the Bye, notes Orakpo, although he is not sure why. Everyone stayed in ...
BEST OF MAXIM
Yesterday in our NFL Daily Digest, we discussed the unfortunate situation that landed at the doorstep of Redskins QB Robert Griffin III.
To read this feature please click the link below.
According to ProFootballWeekly.com, the Washington Redskins might be in favor of going with Tim Hightower as their starting running back going into the season.
The Redskins may be concerned about Roy Helu’s durability, even though Hightower himself couldn’t stay healthy in 2011 after suffering a torn ACL in the middle of the season.
It also doesn’t look like the...
When the Washington Redskins drafted Charlie Brown ouf of South Carolina State in the 1981 NFL Draft, they only knew that they were getting a fleet footed reciever who had come off a stellar collegiate career at a traditionally black college. Black colleges had certainly produced top notch talent before, but Charlie Brown looked average [...]
Pro Football Talk has the general outline of what happened when Richard Hurd was arrested for an extortion plot against Redskins Robert Griffin III.
Here are those details and then I will flesh out there story a bit for you.
Per a source with knowledge of the situation, it was ultimately nothing illegal or scandalous or problematic in any way for Griffin, if the supposedly...
Washington Redskins rookie quarterback Robert Griffin III told the Cleveland Plain-Dealer that he thought he would end up being drafted by the Browns when he declared for the NFL draft earlier this year.
“Once I declared for the draft, Cleveland was a place I thought I would be just because they had the most firepower when it came to draft picks and tradeability,”...
A former Baylor basketball player is facing federal extortion charges for allegedly threatening to release ''derogatory information'' about Heisman Trophy winner Robert Griffin III.
Richard Khamir Hurd's bond was set at $25,000 after his first appearance Monday in federal court in Waco, Texas.
A person familiar with the situation told The Associated Press that...
Redskins rookie quarterback Robert Griffin III said the arrest of a former Baylor basketball player for allegedly trying to extort money from the Heisman Trophy winner is a good lesson for NFL rookies.
''There's vultures out there, people looking to climb on top of all your money,'' Griffin said Tuesday, taking a break from teaching football skills to kids during...
Robert Griffin III was just like the rest of the pundits, who equated need to desire and projected the Cleveland Browns would find the means necessary to move up and draft the Baylor quarterback. "Once I declared for the draft, Cleveland was a place I thought I would be," Griffin said. "Just because they had the most firepower when it came to draft picks and tradability...
Bruce Allen will be guest-writing Peter King’s Monday Morning Quarterback one week while King is on vacation.
No, not me, the “other” Bruce Allen, who happens to be the GM of the Washington Redskins*. But if I did a MMQB column, part of it would probably look like this:
10 Things I Think I Think.
1) I think the Bill Belichick factor is overlooked in the coverage comparison...