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Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III is no stranger to popularity especially in the D.C. area – you see him everyday in a Subway, Adidas, or Gatorade commercial. But apparently his popularity has gone international, to…. VIETNAM? That’s right. According to TMZ Sports, Ken Starr (from Bill Clinton – Monica Lewinsky fame) recently returned from the country and said that locals in Ho Chi Minh City actually started chanting the players name when they saw a member of Starr’s crew wearing Baylor gear. Ken Starr is now the President and Chancellor of Baylor University.
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2014 NFL DRAFT
Round 1: Thurs., May 8 (8 pm)
Rounds 2-3: Fri., May 9 (6:30 pm)
Rounds 4-7: Sat., May 10 (Noon)
TV Coverage: NFL Network and ESPN
Radio City Music Hall, New York
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The Washington Redskins selected Ted Bolser, TE from Indiana with the 217th pick overall.
I just can't get enough of this man!!
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#Redskins got the Titans’ sixth and seventh-round picks: 186th and 228th.
— Mike Jones (@MikeJonesWaPo) May 10, 2014
"@TarikCSN: The #Redskins got picks 186 and 228 from the #Titans." So we swapped 6th & get a 7th?
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With the 2014 NFL Draft now complete, teams are free to sign undrafted players. Many NFL stars were undrafted and their are quality players out there. Here are the Redskins signees:
FS Justin Blake, Hampton University
RB Silas Reed, USC
QB Tommy Rees, Notre Dame