Quarterback Robert Griffin III looked good and drew praise from Coach Jay Gruden during the Redskins’ offseason minicamp, which concluded Thursday. He felt good, too.

“I feel great,” Griffin said Wednesday. “[Strength] Coach [Mike] Clark’s done a great job with us in the weight room and then Coach Jay’s done a great job taking care of us out on the practice field. Some people like to call this ‘the grind.’ You can call it ‘the find’ because you figure out what you got, and I think we’ve got some good stuff.”

Well, I’ve never never looked at training camp that way.

“The find” is cringe-inducing even by Griffin’s standards. A few of us in the Post Sports department — you’ll see why I’m protecting their identities in a moment– put our heads together to come up with our own similar positive spin on things with negative connotations. They’re all terrible, which is kind of the point. Leave your own in the comments.

Some people like to call it training camp. You can call it training ramp, because it leads you up toward new heights.

Some people like to call it a turnover. You can call it a learnover, because you can learn to maybe not  do that again.

Some people like to call it a hashtag. You can call it a cashtag because I trademarked all of them.

Some people like to call it three-and-out. You can call it three-and-’bout, because you can head to the sideline to talk ’bout things.

Some people like to call it the Beltway. You can call it the BeltWhy, because #KnowYourWhy.

Some people like to call it benched. You can call it bunched because you can sit with a bunch of your teammates.

Some people like to call it throwing an interception. You can call it a faulty perception, because it wasn’t my fault.

Some people like to call it IR. You can call it Eye-R because now you can watch the game on TV.

Some people like to call it the flu shot. You can call it the flu not, because it means you won’t be getting the flu, probably.

Some people like to call it a sack. You can call it a bounceback, because nothing will keep me down.

Some people like to call this a terrible idea for a post. You can call it … that.