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Robert Griffin III has been placed in the very difficult position of trying to work off all the rust from an ACL injury, while still trying to keep his Redskins team in contention. Griffin as well as Redskins fans have both grown impatient with the Process. During a post-game interview with the Redskins Radio Network (via the Washington Post), Griffin said he “needed to be instinctive at times,” but didn’t ‘want anyone telling him how to play either.’ “Yeah, you know, I’m just really focusing on being the playmaker that I know I can be and not letting anybody else tell me how to play this game,” Griffin said, in response to a prompt about his running plays. “You know, I got here for a reason, and I’ve got to make sure I use all of my abilities to their maximum. And running the ball is one of those, when I do get the opportunity. “It’s not that I’m looking for it, but if it is there, I will take it.” Robert and his horrible timing when he makes these statements. The Skins are in a no win situation when it comes to RG3. If they harness his athletic ability while trying to keep him healthy, they will be accused of mismanaging Griffin III’s full array of talent. If they return to allowing RG3 to make plays and he gets hurt, Mike Shanahan will be crucified in the D.C. area.
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Robert Griffin III, the starting quarterback for the Washington Redskins, is starting to get his groove back after recovering from a knee related injury that occurred during the prior season. The injury which would require an operation on his ACL, and PCL, occurred during his 2012 post-season performance where he continued to play while he was hurt, RG3, would show a tremendous amount...
Robert Griffin III is still getting his legs back, dealing with critics constantly calling for him to slide more often and avoid taking the big hits that led to concussions and knee injuries in his rookie season.
The Redskins QB's response? He's going to try to take more big hits, of course.
Speaking with ESPN on Wednesday, the second-year Washington signal-caller said...
Robert Griffin III isn’t exactly having the comeback season many people imagined he would, and the Redskins’ record shows it.
Coming off of an ACL surgery last season, the Redskins’ quarterback has thrown for 1,448 yards and six touchdowns and has led the ‘Skins to an early 1-4 record. Although there is no official Baltimore-D.C. rivalry, the two sports fanbases have a testy...
A popular Mexican restaurant in Baltimore called "Nacho Mama's" decided to have a little fun at the expense of Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III. Seen here is a snapshot taken of their menu that points out how RG3 has more generations in his name than wins this season. Ouch. For the record, the Redskins are just 1-4 on the year. Via For the Win
Dynamic Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III told the Washington Times he “needs to run more.” Redskins coach Mike Shanahan agreed and said the 23-year-old Griffin has “to be himself.” “He’s got to be himself. Robert is Robert,” said Shanahan, 61. “We don’t ask quarterbacks to do anything in particular. We have a game plan going in. Whatever that game plan may...
According to a Baltimore restaurant, Robert Griffin III has more generations in his name than wins this season. Troll job.
The worse Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III plays this season the more slander he continues to catch. This time, the shots come from an unexpected source. A restaurant in Baltimore named “Nacho Mama’s” decided to point out in their menu that RG3 has more generations in his name, than wins this season on the […]
RGIII knows that defenders love to hit the quarterback and he is a target out there. He drew two personal foul calls on Barry Church on Sunday and now he is admitting that he uses tactics to draw personal fouls on defenders: “There will be situations, and that’s why guys don’t want to pull up,” Griffin said. “It’s happened in the past with Michael Vick or someone like...
Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III and cornerback Josh Wilson each sported wigs to support cancer survivors.
Does seeing the logo on Robert Griffin III‘s helmet automatically make you think of Nazi Germany?
Probably not, but that’s the comparison New York Daily News cartoonist Tom Stiglich drew in Thursday’s issue of the newspaper. The cartoon, entitled “Archaic Symbols of Pride and Heritage,” depicts the Washington Redskins’ primary logo alongside the Confederate flag and...
As previously reported, Michael “Derrick Bateman” Hutter, who is the man that will be portraying “Ethan” in TNA, will go by the name Ethan Carter III.
The company will be referring to him as EC3 at times, which is a takeoff of the RG3 nickname for the NFL quarterback, Robert Griffin III.
The Washington Redskins have started the 2013 season with a horrific 1-4 record. The last loss coming at the hands of the Dallas was possibly the worst just because of the bitter rivalry and history between the two teams. What the loss did do for the Redskins was point out where their biggest issues truly are.
Robert Griffin III has struggled this season, but the second year quarterback
Your browser does not support iframes.During the onslaught of Pinktober, it’s important to note that there are other ways to raise awareness for cancer-type issues than to slather pink on things. Yesterday, I saw a pink trash truck and it was fundamentally disturbing.So while NFL players putting on wigs to delight survivors of cancer is an odd image, at the very least, it’s trying...
Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III knows what propelled him to success as a rookie in the NFL. He understands what has been missing early in a disappointing 2013 season.
Now it’s time to get back to it. Griffin ran for 77 yards against the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday night. It was more than his combined yardage through the first four weeks of the season (72). Expect...