How a poorly worded tweet led to a completely bogus segment on PTI.
The hour-long documentary, presented by Gatorade Productions, chronicled Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III's love of Gatorade. Or something.
Grantland wrote something about the Wizards, so Ted Leonsis wrote something about Grantland, so Grantland mentioned Ted Leonsis on a podcast.
So Dale Earnhardt Jr. was on SportsCenter last Friday morning, appearing with host Sara Walsh. And after some cursory racing talk, Walsh admirably performed her duty as one of the many rogue D.C. sports reporters currently operating in Bristol, changing the subject from (the other) Bristol to, yes, the Redskins. And specifically, to Robert Griffin […]
Robert Griffin III tells ESPN's Lisa Salters that he doesn't need to be cleared until the day before the Redskins' season opener.
ESPN's Lisa Salters reports that the Redskins owner says the Redskins doctor is in charge of the Redskins quarterback.
In this promotional video for ESPN's RGIII documentary, the Redskins quarterback is fueled by motivation and Gatorade.
In a 'Sunday Conversation' with Hannah Storm, Robert Griffin III says more stuff about his coach.
While Redskins fans bombarded Robert Griffin III with real wedding gifts, one Cowboys fan sent a mug with a star.
Virtually every ESPN employee has weighed in on the RGIII-Mike Shanahan statements this week. Here's what 16 of them had to say.