RGIII throws left-handed, celebrates touchdown

(Nick Wass/Associated Press)
(Nick Wass/Associated Press)

I was off most of this week, but before another preseason game begins, I wanted to highlight a few things. RGIII things. Because that’s the only thing I write about any more.

First, as seen above, you’ll note that RGIII again warmed up left-handed before the Steelers game. Rex Grossman seemed to be intrigued.

RGIII also warmed up right-handed. Is that fancy-patterned arm sleeve NFL approved?

(Nick Wass/Associated Press)
(Nick Wass/Associated Press)

He also debuted this pre-game ninja look.

(Nick Wass/Associated Press)
(Nick Wass/Associated Press)

And celebrated Leonard Hankerson’s touchdown catch, sprinting onto the field to join his mates.

(Screengrab via NFL.com)
(Screengrab via NFL.com)

And talked on the phone, while wearing a bucket hat. What can’t he do while wearing a bucket hat?

(Nick Wass/Associated Press)
(Nick Wass/Associated Press)

He also shook Mike Tomlin’s hand, while wearing a bucket hat. Actually, he seems to have shaken Tomlin’s wrist. Long fingers, and all that.

(Nick Wass/Associated Press)
(Nick Wass/Associated Press)

Oh, and there was an RGIII feature in ESPN the Magazine.


(Via ESPN the Magazine)

Plus, he was invited to the Marine Corps Ball.

And introduced at the Welcome Home Luncheon. Good week.

Dan Steinberg writes about all things D.C. sports at the D.C. Sports Bog.

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