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Robert Griffin III - #10 - QB

Status Active
Height/Weight 6' 2"/ 217 lbs.
Birthday 02/12/1990
Birthplace Okinawa, Ja
College Baylor
Years played 2
Drafted 2012, 1st round, 2nd pick by Redskins

STATS, LLC 2012 STATS

Rating Yds TD
102.4 3200 20

Moore has been pleasant surprise for Redskins

Posted Aug. 16, 2010 @ 2:11 p.m. ET
The Redskins have wanted to find a way to move LaRon Landry closer to the line of scrimmage, and the team might have found the solution with the emergence of Kareem Moore.

Reports: Westbrook will choose team soon

Posted Aug. 14, 2010 @ 10:04 p.m. ET
Reports are circulating that free-agent RB Brian Westbrook will make a decision Monday about which team he'll play for this season. Although one report said he'd choose the Rams, the team's contract negotiator refuted that.

Haynesworth passes Skins' conditioning test

Posted Aug. 07, 2010 @ 1:51 p.m. ET
Albert Haynesworth finally passed the Redskins' conditioning test Saturday morning.

Knee short-circuits Haynesworth's conditioning test

Posted Aug. 02, 2010 @ 10:47 p.m. ET
After bypassing his required conditioning drill over the weekend, Redskins DT Albert Haynesworth decided to give it another go Monday morning. However, after three back-and-forth sprints, the two-time All-Pro had to cut short the test when his knee began to ...

Redskins waive QB Brennan

Posted Aug. 02, 2010 @ 2:59 p.m. ET
After completing a trade with the Ravens to acquire QB John Beck earlier Monday, the Redskins announced that they have released QB Colt Brennan.

Redskins trade for QB Beck

Posted Aug. 02, 2010 @ 1:08 p.m. ET
The Redskins announced Monday that they acquired QB John Beck from the Ravens in exchange for CB Doug Dutch.

Grimm headed for 'Hog' heaven

Posted Aug. 02, 2010 @ 9:48 a.m. ET
For those of you relatively unfamiliar with “The Hogs,” PFW's Dan Arkush and Hall of Fame “Hog” Russ Grimm himself present the following history lesson.

Portis ahead in Redskins' RB battle

Posted Aug. 01, 2010 @ 4:50 p.m. ET
Clinton Portis is the favorite to win Washington's starting RB job, according to "NFC Whispers," despite having more competition this year than in recent seasons.

Haynesworth skips conditioning test

Posted July 31, 2010 @ 1:27 p.m. ET
A swollen knee has kept Redskins DT Albert Haynesworth from taking his conditioning test a third time. Haynesworth had some irritation in the knee, and doctors recommended that he not take the test today, head coach Mike Shanahan said.

McNabb says contract extension will happen

Posted July 30, 2010 @ 4:55 p.m. ET
Redskins QB Donovan McNabb said he is not concerned about getting a new deal done, and our sources believe something will happen early in the regular season.

Redskins sign fourth overall pick OT Williams

Posted July 30, 2010 @ 8:51 a.m. ET
The Redskins announced Friday that they have signed first-round draft pick Trent Williams, an offensive tackle out of Oklahoma who was the fourth overall pick in the 2010 draft.

Reports: Haynesworth fails conditioning tests

Posted July 29, 2010 @ 2:23 p.m. ET
On Wednesday, Redskins head coach Mike Shanahan said once-disgruntled DT Albert Haynesworth appeared to be in good shape, but he failed part of a conditioning test required of all players

Don't assume Haynesworth, Redskins will go on smoothly

Posted July 28, 2010 @ 11:58 p.m. ET
It has been my experience that it's not easy for some people to forget. So even now that Albert Haynesworth has said he's ready to report to camp, that might not be enough for some Redskins.

Reports: Haynesworth to report as happy camper

Posted July 28, 2010 @ 12:55 p.m. ET
Redskins DL Albert Haynesworth has not made a lot of friends in Washington this summer with his displeasure over his role with the team, but reports indicate he is ready to mend fences.

NFC East training-camp reports

Posted July 23, 2010 @ 10:13 a.m. ET
In the fifth part of our series of training-camp reports, we look at NFC East teams, including a Redskins club with newcomer Donovan McNabb at the helm.

STATS, LLC PLAYER NEWS

Posted March 12, 2013
Washington Redskins coach Mike Shanahan says RGIII is "ahead of schedule" in his return from knee surgery.||||||| Shanahan, speaking at the NFL owners meeting on Wednesday, said that when Griffin comes back, he must learn how to protect himself in the face of the fierce defenses in the NFL. Once Griffin does come back, Shanahan says the young quarterback needs to learn to slide and throw the ball away to avoid the big hits that lead to injuries.
Posted Feb. 02, 2013
Griffin III did not show a hint of a limp while walking up and down the red carpet before accepting The Associated Press 2012 NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year award Saturday night.||||||| Tough to tell the Washington Redskins quarterback had surgery to repair two ligaments in his right knee less than a month ago. "It's truly a blessing ... to be able to stand, first and foremost," Griffin said. Speaking to the media for the first time since his Jan. 9 operation, the man known as RG3 said he's aiming to return to action at the start of next season.
Posted Jan. 11, 2013
The NFL players' union does not plan a formal investigation into how the Washington Redskins medical staff handled Robert Griffin III's knee injury. The NFL Players Association said Friday that they were satisfied with a report received from the Redskins detailing the procedures used by team physician James Andrews and other staff on the sidelines.||||||| Griffin had reconstructive ACL surgery Wednesday after reinjuring his right knee in Sunday's playoff loss to Seattle. He also strained a ligament in the knee last month against Baltimore.
Posted Jan. 09, 2013
Griffin underwent reconstructive knee surgery Wednesday and faces a challenging rehab if he is to return for the start of next season. The Washington Redskins quarterback had his lateral collateral ligament repaired and his ACL in his right knee reconstructed for a second time. The surgery was performed in Florida by orthopedist James Andrews, who was optimistic that Griffin would be back on the field this fall.||||||| Griffin tore the ACL in the same knee in 2009 while playing for Baylor, which could slow the recovery time from his latest injury. University of Maryland head team physician Craig Bennett said football players typically need seven to 11 months to return from a second ACL reconstruction, but that it often takes up to a year for the ligament to be fully healed.
Posted Jan. 08, 2013
A person familiar with the situation says Griffin III will have surgery Wednesday to repair a torn ligament in his right knee. The person said Griffin has a torn lateral collateral ligament and that the surgery will also determine whether he also has damaged the ACL.||||||| A torn LCL would require a rehabilitation period of several months, possibly extending into training camp and the start of next season. A torn ACL is a more severe injury, typically requiring nine to 12 months of recovery. Griffin reinjured the knee in Sunday's playoff loss to Seattle.

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