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Welcome to the NFL, RGIII. That's the message that was sent by the St. Louis Rams on Sunday, and that's the message every NFL team will be looking to send Robert Griffin III this season. Griffin thinks the Rams were a little too aggressive in trying to get their point across, though, and he accused St. Louis of bending the rules a little bit. "There was some extracurricular stuff going on after the plays," Griffin said, according to "They were doing a lot of dirty things. I still think they have an extremely good team, that doesn't take anything...

RGIII accuses Rams of 'dirty things'

The electric Redskins rookie says there was a little too much 'extracurricular stuff going on after the plays' when his team took on the Rams last Sunday. 

RG3 appears in promo, will appear on season premiere of ‘The League’ (video)

Washington Redskins rookie quarterback Robert Griffin III, he of the Subway, Gatorade, adidas and who knows what other additional television commercials, understands that to properly market yourself, you have to put yourself out there. And perhaps more importantly, RG3 must be familiar with old adage, “Strike while the iron is hot,” because let’s face, the [...]

Rams' Jackson sits out practice, day to day

ST. LOUIS (AP) Steven Jackson's status is day to day after the nine-year veteran sat out his second consecutive practice Thursday with a groin injury. The same problem forced him to miss most of St. Louis' 31-28 victory over Washington on Sunday and he is a game-time decision for Sunday's game at Chicago. "I've played with worse injuries before," Jackson...

Rams respond to RG3's 'dirty' remark

The St. Louis Rams are brushing aside comments questioning their style of play by Washington quarterback Robert Griffin III. Griffin told reporters Wednesday the Rams were ''dirty'' and ''unprofessional'' during their 31-28 victory on Sunday. He claimed he was hit after plays and in other unnecessary ways during the game. ''I remember one...

Fantasy Football Week 3 Preview (Part. 1)

Robert Griffin III lit up the Fantasy Football world in Week 1 with his record performance against the Saints. His rookie counterpart, Trent Richardson, waited for Week 2 to get his shine on. 109 rushing yards and a TD, plus 36 receiving yards and a TD. Beast. Other beastly performances? CJ Spiller, with 170 total [...]

Redskins RG3 Says Rams Played ‘Dirty’ Football…

Redskins RG3 Says Rams Played ‘Dirty’ Football - Washington Redskins rookie QB Robert Griffin III said that when he played in St. Louis on Sunday against the Rams, he thought they went above and beyond what’s acceptable on a football field, not only playing physical football but playing dirty football. “They were doing a lot of dirty things,” Griffin said. “I still think...

Rams list Steven Jackson as a game time decision, rule Michael Brockers out

Steven Jackson left the game and did not return last week against the Redskins for reasons many thought were related to a penalty. However, the Rams denied that was the reason and denied a benching at all saying Jackson left the game with a groin injury. Almost a week later, that appears to be true and Jackson is reportedly going to be a game time decision. The good news for his...

Rams brush off RG3 comments about 'dirty' play

The St. Louis Rams are brushing aside comments questioning their style of play by Washington quarterback Robert Griffin III. Griffin told reporters Wednesday the Rams were ''dirty'' and ''unprofessional'' during their 31-28 victory on Sunday. He claimed he was hit after plays and in other unnecessary ways during the game. The Rams denied breaking...

Steven Jackson misses practice again

For the second straight day, St. Louis Rams running back Steven Jackson didn’t practice because of a groin injury.  He could end up being a game time decision on Sunday. If Jackson can’t go, we might see Daryl Richardson step in and get significant time like he did last week.

RG3 accuses Rams of 'dirty' play

ASHBURN, Va. (AP) Pushed and shoved throughout a game he felt was "unprofessional" and "dirty," Robert Griffin III finally heard the obvious from one of the St. Louis Rams defensive players. "I remember one play," the Washington Redskins quarterback said. "After the play, the guy said: We're going to hit you every play.' "I said:...

St. Louis Rams at Chicago Bears NFL Week 3 Preview

Steven Jackson was excused from their recent victory over the Redskins due a “sore groin” although it certainly looked as if he was benched due to getting flagged for spiking the ball after what appeared to be a touchdown. They did not rule it a touchdown and the Rams were fortunate to get a call in their favor after Cortland Finnegan baited Josh Morgan into throwing the ball...

Week 3 Fantasy Football Players to Start and Sit

By Adam McGill To help you win your fantasy football matchup this weekend, here are my week 3 fantasy football players to star and sit: Guys to Start:  QB Robert Griffin III, WSH (vs. CIN) – RG3 has officially arrived as a fantasy star, so make sure to get him into your lineup. RB Jamaal Charles, KC (@ NO) – Charles faces an abysmal Saints run-defense that is allowing 169.5...

Cincinnati Bengals at Washington Redskins NFL Week 3 Preview

Jeff Curry US Presswire If you enjoy seeing a ton of points scored, then this matchup is just for you. Robert Griffin III is going bonkers in the early stages of his rookie season and he is doing it with mid-level talent around him. The defense lost Adam Carriker and their top overall player arguably in Brian Orakpo. This ‘Skins defense will not improve over night and it means...
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