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Robert Griffin III has generated as much hype at the start of his career as Tiger Woods did in 1996. Bryce Harper, Stephen Strasberg and Alex Ovechkin are big in DC and in their sport, but they don't win ESPYs, appear on Letterman and Leno, or the cover of NCAA Football 13 when they are out of college.RG3 is a marketing phenomenon. Everybody wants a piece of him as they once did of Woods. For once, the hype does not emanate from Dan Snyder Central at Redskins Park. Gatorade airsthis evening a commercial featuring RG3. If follows closely the "what light does" commercial by adidas. You would hardly know that Andrew Luck is the league. If it weren't for that darn rookie pay scale, Griffin III might have been the highest paid athlete of 2013.Not to worry, Robert. Drew Brees set the bar on for your contract extension in 2014. Why 2014? Because the Redskins would be smart to extend him in the third year of his contract. Yes. I know that the man has yet to throw...
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RG3 remains unsigned as the Redskins are midway through there five day rookie camp. Griffin will likely get a four-year deal worth $21 million.
The Washington Redskins have signed their first-round draft pick, as Robert Griffin III agreed to a four-year, $21,119,098 deal.
Quarterback Robert Griffin III has agreed to a four-year deal with the Washington Redskins worth $21.1M.
The rocket-armed rookie is now under contract as Washington gears up for training camp, and Griffin III is the odds-on favorite to win the starting role at quarterback -- and should make an instant impact in fantasy football. As a side note, No. 1 pick Andrew Luck...
Robert Griffin III and the Washington Redskins ended their contract impasse Wednesday when the rookie quarterback signed a four-year, fully guaranteed deal worth $21.1 million. It also includes a club option for a fifth year.
Griffin's agent, Ben Dogra, told The Associated Press that the Heisman Trophy-winning quarterback agreed to terms and will be in Redskins rookie camp on...
adidas gets Robert Griffin III ready to Light Up with their new commercial "Do What Light Does" in preparation for the NFL season.The post Starting Lineups: Adidas And Robert Griffin III Amp Up For Football Season In ‘Do What Light Does’ appeared first on The Sports Fan Journal.
The Washington Redskins signed rookie quarterback Robert Griffin III to a four-year deal on Wednesday, reports Adam Schefter of ESPN.
The Heisman Trophy winner from Baylor was the second pick in this year's NFL Draft. He tweeted about the new deal saying, "Well people....It's Time to go to Work!!! Off the unemployment line and oh yea HTTR!!!!"
After reporting yesterday that Washington Redskins first round draft pick Robert Griffin III remained unsigned, the Redskins inked him up today. Griffin III agreed to a four-year contract is worth $21.1 million and is fully
guaranteed, with no offset language, a league source told ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter.
This is great news for the Redskins and their fans. There really...
Robert Griffin III and the Skins made it official via Twitter this morning that their first round pick is now part of the team, signing a four-year deal worth $21.1 million, all guaranteed. With the new CBA’s rookie wage pay scale, this was pretty much the expected deal for RG3. Last year’s No. 2 pick (Von Miller) was signed to an almost identical contract.
And look! Here he...
While Robert Griffin III and Andrew Luck got their way with their contracts, there is a sentiment among other NFL teams to stand strong on having “offset language” in the contracts of their first-rounders. Plus, Brett Favre talked about his frosty relationship with the Packers and NFL referees warned of the dangers of replacement refs.
Second overall draft pick RGIII signed his deal with the Redskins this morning, becoming the first of the top picks to come to terms-
“…it’s a four-year, fully-guaranteed contract with no offset language. The contract has a value of $21,119,098, including a $13,799,344 signing bonus.
Per a source with knowledge of the deal, the base salaries are $390,000 in 2012, $1.34 million...
The signings of quarterbacks and top two draft choices Andrew Luck of Indianapolis and Washington's Robert Griffin III on consecutive days this week, with neither deal including the so-called "offset language" that was the primary reason for the gridlock at the top of the first round, has prompted the general feeling that the logjam in the stanza will now be broken...