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The question still remains: Who will start at quarterback Sunday against the Cleveland Browns?
"I can't tell you all that," Griffin told The Associated Press via NFL.com after Wednesday's practice. "First, I don't want to give the Cleveland Browns a competitive advantage. And I don't want to let anybody down, so I don't want to say that I'll be playing and end up not playing."
Backup Kirk Cousins kept quite when he was asked who has seen the most reps in practice.
"I was advised not to comment on the rep distribution," Cousins said. "So I'm sorry, but I'm not going to say anything along those lines, just to protect my team and give us the best chance to win on Sunday."
Griffin said Wednesday's practice was to show everyone he can play despite suffering a sprained lateral collateral ligament in his right knee.
"Coming out here and doing what I did in practice, it's kind of a showcase for you guys to see me move around, and that I'm not on crutches or limping or anything like that," Griffin said. "But it's also for (my teammates) to see that I'm OK, and if I do step out there between those lines that they don't have to worry about me."
Reports out of Cleveland state the Browns have spent time preparing for both Griffin and Cousins.
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There is more to what Rob Parker said but what you have there is more than enough footage to wrap your head around.
The depths that Parker sank to on Thursday’s edition of First Take was worthy of the term despicable.
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ESPN has come out and admitted that Rob Parker’s comments on First Take were inappropriate. An ESPN spokesman released the following statement: “The comments were inappropriate and we are evaluating our next steps.” In my opinion ESPN needs to fire Parker for all the racial ignorance that he let come out of his mouth. But I’m sure they’ll just give him a slap on the wrist...
Yesterday on First Take, notorious idiot Rob Parker raised an interesting question about Robert Griffin III: Is he a brother or a cornball brother? Well, the internet went nuts and it was announced today that Parker would be suspended indefinitely by ESPN.
Although there’s not much else to be said about the suspension, we did stumble across this gem over at Boxden. Known as ‘The...
ESPN just can't stop. Today? Rob Parker educated white folk that in lieu of 'uncle Tom' -- you may just want to refer to Robert Griffin III as our collective cornball brother.
And we'll just...
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It is official, ESPN’s Rob Parker is the biggest idiot on television. Yesterday morning on ESPN’s “First Take,” the conversation was about rookie Redskins QB, Robert Griffin III’s desire not to be referred to as a “black quarterback,” that his goal is to be the best QB, period. RGIII wants his work to define him,…
ESPN’s Adam Schefter made an appearance on The Sports Fix on ESPN 980 in Washington D.C. and indicated that the Redskins would have drafted Seahwks quarterback Russell Wilson over Kirk Cousins if he was available when they selected Cousins in the fourth round of last April’s draft.
“If Russell would have been there, he would have been the pick,” said Schefter.
Robert Griffin III has not taken any of the Washington Redskins first team reps during practice this week. According to Fox Sports‘ Jay Glazer, Kirk Cousins has taken all of the Redskins reps.
Griffin is being listed as a game-time decision, though he was able to take place in some throwing and individual drills.
Washington (7-6) has a 1 pm EST game against the Cleveland Browns...
ESPN’s Rob Parker came out today and stated that he wants to know if Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III is “a brother or a cornball brother.”
“I want to find about him,” Parker said. “I don’t know because I keep hearing these things. We all know he has a white fiancee. Then there was all this talk about he’s a Republican, which there’s no information at all...
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Texas Tech's head football coaching search continued on Tuesday with an interview with Clemson offensive coordinator Chad Morris. (CBS Sports)
RGIII vs. Johnny Football.
Greg Tepper compares...