Quarterback, who has played in just more than two games this season, took no offense to Jay Gruden’s statement that “the jury is still out” on the Redskins' quarterback.
Jay Gruden said he was encouraged by what he saw from Robert Griffin III but he admitted serious questions remain about the quarterbacks.
Despite two costly mistakes in loss to Minnesota, Robert Griffin III gave the team chance to win, teammates say.
The Redskins now enter their week-long mini-vacation smarting from another loss and looking for more answers.
Redskins coaches believe that quarterback's presence will help create opportunities that may have been missing for other players during his time off.
Quarterback said he's thankful for Jay Gruden's approach and intends to lean on his teammates in his first game back from ankle injury.
Redskins Coach Jay Gruden sees no point in delaying Griffin’s return now that he’s healthy.
After first full participation in practice, Robert Griffin III looks physically ready to reclaim starting job; coach still evaluating ‘mental’ readiness.
After a jog-through practice, players were talking about Robert Griffin III, preparing for two quarterbacks and Alfred Morris's running.
In today’s mailbag, we tackle the ongoing questions regarding Robert Griffin III’s recovery and role, problems with the run game, promise from draft picks, and more.