Found October 05, 2013 on The Other Paper:
A Redskins fan is so enamored of Robert Griffin III he had a likeness of the quarterback shaved into the back of his head. Last year's NFL darling has led the 'Skins to a disappointing 1-3 start in 2013, so I guess you could call the RG3 haircut this year's version of a "Fade." Too soon? Anyway, if you're stoked about getting this RG3 hairstyle you'll need to head out of D.C. because the intricate haircut was done by Illinois-based barber Jesus Cruz, who seems to have a thing for highly-detailed cuts. You can checkout other haircuts done by Cruz on his Instagram page. And some are pretty awesome. One suggestion though. Get it without the granny glasses. 
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