Tracing the incredible rise and shocking fall of Robert Griffin III's career | CSN Mid-Atlantic
The ups and downs of Robert Griffin III's Redskins career are numerous. Now that it's finally over, let's take a look back at everything that happened in the last four, unforgettable years.
The Washington Redskins have ended quarterback Robert Griffin III's tenure with the team, releasing him two days before the start of the 2016 NFL year, according to two people with knowledge of the situation.
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Washington Redskins defensive end Jason Hatcher indicated in the days after the 2015 season that he was contemplating retirement.
The NFL's "legal tampering period" kicks off this morning, and free agent signings can officially begin Wednesday at 4 p.m. Redskins General Manager Scot McCloughan said he doesn't expect his team to be a big factor in free agency, with perhaps just $8 to $11 million to spend, but there's plenty of available talent for the rest of the league to fight over.
RG III's rookie season provided lasting memories for Redskins fans - Washington Redskins Blog- ESPN
From the opening game, it was clear quarterback Robert Griffin III would make an impact for the Washington Redskins as a rookie.
Finding a savior isn't difficult. Getting saved is the trick.
The Redskins have sought deliverance from one out-of-towner after another over the past 15 years: big-name coaches such as Mike Shanahan and Steve Spurrier, high-profile quarterbacks such as Donovan McNabb, superstar draft picks such as LaVar Arrington, and a seemingly once-in-a-generation phenom such as Robert Griffin III.
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