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You have to remember RG3 wasn’t always thought of as a 1st round draft pick. If you go back to his junior year some scouts *cough* Todd McShay *cough* projected him to be a Wide Receiver in the NFL.
Rebecca Liddicoat has been with him for a long time, even back when he blew his knee out and people were wondering if he would ever be the same.
So, while many think he should drop her, loyalty in women is a hard quality to find these days, so I am salute RG3 for staying strong.
Robert Griffin III is the most recent Heisman Trophy winner and was just selected as the #2 overall draft pick by the Washington Redskins. A few people are projecting him as being the next big football star. He’s also engaged to this nice little lady he met back at Baylor.
His little jawn was seen around the Maryland area copping a brand new Bentley. That’s normal for a big-time NFL player, buuuuut RGIII hasn’t even signed a damn contract yet!
The Bentley could have been sponsored or better yet RG3...
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It was shocking at first and seemed downright illogical, but after further though it makes perfect sense as to why the Washington Redskins drafted Kirk Cousins in the fourth round of the 2012 NFL Draft.
After trading a three first round picks and a second rounder to acquire the No. 2 overall pick to draft Baylor quarterback and Heisman trophy winner Robert Griffin III, it is clear...
The Washington Redskins have released veteran Jabar Gaffney, their leading receiver last season.
Gaffney made 68 catches for 947 yards and five touchdowns in 2011, setting career highs in receptions and yardage and matching a career high in TD catches. He started 15 games in 2011.
Washington signed free agents Pierre Garcon and Joshua Morgan in free agency, and already had five...
According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, the Washington Redskins had former Michigan State quarterback Kirk Cousins rated as their third best quarterback going in this past weekend’s draft. This means that he was likely only rated lower than Andrew Luck and Robert Griffin III and ahead of Ryan Tannehill, Brandon Weeden, Nick Foles, Russell Wilson, etc.
The Redskins drafted Cousins...
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What the hell is everyone talking about? I usually can see the value in opinion pieces penned by most members of the media. The manufactured crap around the “horrible” and “controversial” nature of Robert Griffin III and Kirk Cousins joining the Redskins simply baffles me. It started when I read the following SEO headline a few days ago from Ashley Fox’s ESPN...
According to Jason Cole of Yahoo Sports, the Washington Redskins have released wide receiver Jabar Gaffney.
No one knows exactly why Gaffney has been cut. Maybe it’s because of his Twitter rant, or the fact that the Redskins need to give rookie quarterback Robert Griffin III the number 10 that he’s been wearing.
In the end, it doesn’t matter why Gaffney has been released...
The Washington Redskins have signed free agent linebacker Jonathan Goff, who played three seasons with the New York Giants before missing last year with a knee injury.
Goff was a fifth-round selection by the Giants in 2008. He became a full-time starter in 2010, but he tore the anterior cruciate ligament in his right knee shortly before the season opener a year ago and was placed...
Hot News for WR Jabar Gaffney
For the two or three people imagining a RG3 to Gaffney touchdown combo, it appears that your dream has been shattered. The Redskins announced the release of Gaffney this morning, their most productive wide receiver in 2011.
His agent had requested permission to seek a trade prior to the draft and the team granted it, but no match could be made.
Gaffney led the Redskins last season...
Why are people feeling sorry for Kirk Cousins? Why do people think his selection by the Washington Redskins was controversial?
The Redskins thought he was a value in the fourth round so they took him. Cousins may be a backup. Or Robert Griffin III could be a flop. Then Washington has a backup plan in place.
Look no further than 1994, the year Washington drafted both Heath Shuler...
A lot of times, funny stuff happens on live TV when you're covering the same event for 243 consecutive hours. Men start attacking other men for getting pedicures. Average NFL prospects turn into surefire Hall of Famers. Old men start frothing at the mouth and yell at you through the TV screen.
But, basic counting is usually something that doesn't get mixed up by on...