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Everyone’s favorite Rookie of the Year was a force on the field and a treat off the field in 2012. Robert Griffin III had a very solid season despite falling short in the playoffs and suffering a fairly formidable knee injury. The veritable upside is that the NFL was awarded with a very amiable class [...]The post Funny highlights from RGIII press conferences in 2012 appeared first on Punch Drunk Wonderland.
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My Fox 5 put together a video compilation of Robert Griffin III’s best press conference moments from his rookie campaign. And I am sure Redskins fans across the country will be glad that they did.
The above video shows the less serious side of RGIII, and shows his great personality — one of the many...
Skins Could Strike Gold In Free Agency This Year Image via Mister Irrelevant After the year that the Washington Redskins had in the 2012 season, the Skins are in prime position to land some guys that not only could add to the core of the team but also could became very helpful down the line. And with the team finally showing they can compete, it is a perfect time for owner Dan...
Robert Griffin III, Andrew Luck and Russell Wilson earned all the votes for the NFL’s Rookie of the Year. Scott Kacsmar digs into the drive stats produced by these record-setting signal callers in 2012.
According to ESPN 980 in Washington D.C., offensive lineman Jammal Brown’s contract will void this coming Friday and he’ll become a free agent.
Source tells 980 Jammal Brown’s deal auto-voids 5 days after SBowl (Friday). He’ll be a FA, will cost 3.3 dead money vs ’13 cap (4.6 M now)
— ESPN 980 (@ESPNRadio980) February 7, 2013
Brown will be turning 32 years-old next month...
The Washington Redskins are taking a beating at the Smithsonian.
The team's nickname - deemed by many as an offensive term toward Native Americans - was a prime topic of discussion at a daylong symposium Thursday at the National Museum of the American Indian.
Washington, D.C., native and University of North Florida professor E. Newton Jackson got a round of applause from the...
Over the course of the last several years, there has been a movement to change the name of the Washington Redskins, as to not offend a sector of the nation of American Indians. Yes, I’ve used the politically incorrect term, American Indians. This afternoon, Mike Florio, who is now a shill for NBC Sports, penned a column about how the momentum is building for a name change of the...
Washington Redskins linebacker London Fletcher took to Twitter to send a succinct message about what he thinks Cowboys fans living in D.C. should do.
As a Native American, former Colorado Sen. Ben Nighthorse Campbell lists four nicknames he finds offensive: savage, squaw, buck and redskin.
''It's fine if you want to be a savage - use your own picture,'' Campbell said.
Hurtful names and racial stereotypes were discussed and dissected Thursday in a daylong symposium at the Smithsonian's National Museum...
Is it time for the Washington Redskins to change their name? Mike Wise of the Washington Post believes the time is now to change the name (Credit: gtn206.com)
While some people may not even notice, the Washington Redskins are a franchise with an outdated and rather racist name and logo. It looks like finally, it is time for that name to be changed. Last Friday, during the NFL’s...
During the 2012 season, there were times where Buccaneers head coach Greg Schiano was careful to not say the word “concussion” when addressing players who appeared on injury reports with a head injury. But the Buccaneers are not the only ones who take that approach. In fact, teams categorize possible concussions as “illness”, “head injury”, or “neck injury.” Such...