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Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III realizes his professional sports future is firmly planted in the NFL, but his prowess as a track star in the 400m hurdles while at Baylor University has him longing for what could have been - a spot on the US Olympic team.
Griffin, who was the 2008 Big 12 Conference gold medalist in the 400m hurdles as well as a Track & Field ll-America that season, told NFL.com he will watch the Olympic trials with a sense of frustration, knowing he could been there competing for a trip to London.
"My dad was talking to me about it [Wednesday night] and he was saying that a lot of my peers, the guys that I beat growing up, are running at the trials," said Griffin, the No. 2 overall selection in April's NFL Draft by Washington. "And . . . it does suck. I mean, that's the only way to say it. It sucks.
"But I'm definitely fortunate to be in the situation that I am, being in the NFL, being a franchise quarterback for a team ...
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Before becoming exclusively a football star, Robert Griffin III was also an accomplished track athlete. He's disappointed about missing out on the Olympics.
Robert Griffin III could be a steal for fantasy owners this season.
It is hard to call someone a sleeper when everyone in the world of pro football knows about him. But in the world of fantasy football, Robert Griffin III is a bit of an unknown. What exactly is he going to be as a fantasy quarterback? What kind of production can fantasy owners expect?
Griffin or RG3 (as he will...
Washington Redskins rookie quarterback Robert Griffin III told Ian Rapoport of NFL.com that Santana Moss, Pierre Garcon, Anthony Armstrong, Aldrick Robinson, Fred Davis, Brandon Banks and some other players will join him down in Waco, TX to work out with him at Baylor before training camp starts.
“I’m going to go back and work out with some of my teammates who are...
Someone shot this snapshot of Robert Griffin III in front of the bust of Sammy Baugh at the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio.The NFL scheduled the Hall of Fame as part of the 2012 NFL Rookie Symposium, an idea I hope they repeat every year. For Washington Redskins fans, the image of RG3 and Slingin' Sam speaks for itself, so I'll shut up and let you enjoy the photo...
The past few months have been pretty eventful for Fred Davis. The Redskins tight end was suspended for the final four games of last season because of a third failed drug test. Now we’re learning that he’s also been involved in a civil court case with a woman who says she was assaulted and harassed by Davis.
Makini Chaka, 33, is suing Davis for allegedly assaulting, harassing...
According to Dan Graziano of ESPN.com, the Washington Redskins will have Tim Hightower start at running back this season, if he’s healthy enough after suffering a torn ACL last season.
Hightower played pretty well behind an average offensive line in Washington last before getting injured. There’s a reason head coach Mike Shanahan traded for him, so he’ll get...
A woman by the name of Makini R. Chaka has filed a civil complaint against Washington Redskin’s tight end Fred Davis after he allegedly dumped juice on her head and busted her lip at a Washington, DC, nightclub. In the complaint, Chaka has accused Davis of assaulting, harassing, and threatening to kill her.
Davis denies all the charges and the two went to court on April 10 for...
For the past year and a half Redskins tight end Fred Davis has been involved in a really crazy court case in which he’s been representing himself, opposed to hiring a lawyer.
Makini R. Chaka filed a civil suit against Davis back in January of 2011, for allegedly dumping juice on her and busting her lip at a Washington, D.C. night club.
“I am 5’4 inches tall and...
Off–the-field, young pro athletes often spend their evenings in huge dark rooms that are accented with flashing lights and loud music.
That environment doesn’t usually lend itself to meeting the most moral women in the world which brings us to the tale of Washington Redskins TE Fred Davis.
Davis is currently acting as his own lawyer in a case that is rooted in a bizarre yet...
“Mo money, mo problems” – Notorious B.I.G. Biggie tried to warn us years ago. With money and success comes problems. Washington Redskins draft pick, Robert Griffin III is experiencing that right now. Richard Hurd, former student at Baylor with Griffin, was attempting to extort him for $500,000. BSO provides the deets: What Hurd had [...]
OLB Brian Orakpo says this is a good time to be a Redskins fan reflecting team optimism with the arrival of Robert Griffin III and changes the coaching staff is making on defense and offense. He provided no details, but said that players were shedding pound and that the offense could use four and five receiver sets. Orakpo was a guest on the NFL Network.
At least six Redskins receivers...