Robert Griffin III Promises to get Better at Sliding; Brian Hoyer win's the Browns QB Job; Eight PAT's were missed in the Preseason; and Which Teams will Regress this Season?

Brad Mills-USA TODAY Sports

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Robert Griffin III vows to 'get better' at sliding – nfl.com

Please and thank you, Robert. I’m sure there are tons of baseball coaches that would love to teach you proper sliding technique.

Pettine: Browns won't be 'two-quarterback system' – nfl.com

Brian Hoyer is the winner. Once you go rookie signal caller, you cannot go back. Good call be Pettine.

Eight PAT misses in NFL preseason – ESPN

That sounds like more than I expected to be missed. Interesting.

NFL Regression Party! Which Teams Will Disappoint Us This Year? – Grantland

Great read. I really think the 49ers may be in trouble.

Details of Stephen Bowen’s Restructured Contract With the Redskins – overthecap.com

DeAngelo Hall calls Rambo the Redskins' 'best player' in preseason – CSN

That is exactly what I wanted to hear. I think Rambo will be on the roster for sure. 

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