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Washington Redskins tight end Chris Cooley doesn’t believe that rookie quarterback Robert Griffin III will be able to turn around the offense all by himself. He believes it will take a team effort in order to get things on the right track.
“The biggest thing as far as the line and skill positions is to be right,” Cooley said Thursday, shortly after Griffin and the offense wrapped up OTAs with an impressive practice session. “There are specific rules in our offense, and there are specific ways plays are run, and we’ve been unsuccessful over the last couple years because you can look back at plays and you can say, ‘This is great except for one or two guys.’ We can’t be wrong.”
Cooley believes it’s going to come down to the veterans doing their jobs in order to help Griffin.
“We’ve been part of it long enough that we have to be where we’re supposed to be,” Cooley said.. “We have to run the routes the way they’re coached. We have to block the protections the way they
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Robert Griffin III has certainly made a big splash and a big impression with his Washington Redskins teammates, coaches, and certainly the fans. Everyone is certainly waiting in anticipation for the 2012 regular season to get underway and see just how good that RGIII is going to be. Alot of Griffin’s fellow teammates have said
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Washington Redskins wide receiver Leonard Hankerson posted a picture of his torn receiver glove on his Instagram account. He stated that it was torn up after catching passes from rookie quarterback’s Robert Griffin III and Kirk Cousins.
Hankerson wrote the following to go along with the picture, “Out here grinding… This...
Redskins cornerback DeAngelo Hall was a member of the Falcons during Michael Vick's first season, and from what he's seen so far from Robert Griffin III, he's more than impressed.
Arun MoraceNFL.com posted a picture on Facebook of the aftermath of Washington Redskins wide receiver Leonard Hankerson’s attempt to catch a pass from Robert Griffin III in practice today. The result? Hankerson’s glove was torn from the apparent velocity of the throw.
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This is the same DeAngelo Hall who had memory loss off drinking Blue Moon (DeAngelo Hall Says He Canâ??t Remember Last Night Cause He Was Drunk Off Blue Moon) so take all of his comments with a grain of salt.
You can kind of see the specialness coming out of him. You can see the swag and the confidence and his ability to make plays. I’ve actually…I’ve talked to him even...