So that’s why the Dow’s been going up.
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Rob Parker will not return to “First Take.”
It’s going to be a long off-season.
Just don’t do it. Unless you are a fan of another NFC East team.
Whether you’re an alpha male, aesthete, or advocate for the downtrodden, we’ve got a team for you.
An elementary school choir singing a Christmas song about their favorite football player? Yes please.
This year, these 21 athletes made the leap from mere fame (or, in some cases, total anonymity) to iconhood. You’ll like them — which is good, since we’ll all be spending a lot more time with them going forward.
Rob Parker went on the air and decided to question Robert Griffin III’s “blackness.”
Don’t know anything about football? No problem! Here are some helpful pointers to get you through the Thanksgiving stretch of games.
In the course of the Redskins’ 31-6 shellacking of the miserable Eagles, RGIII threw two passes that need to be seen to be believed.
Our new columnist thinks the NFL’s breakout star is a flash in the pan.
Being this close to Robert Griffin III is enough to drive anyone crazy.
The Redskins’ star rookie quarterback got knocked out of the game by the Atlanta Falcons during one of his signature scrambles. And based on how frequently he’s been getting hit this season, it’s no surprise.
A quarter of the way through the 2012 season, RGIII has been one of the NFL’s best quarterbacks. But as this video shows, over his last two games, the Redskins have let Griffin get abused.
After a killer first week, Robert Griffin III has Washington fans excited about their football team for the first time in years. So excited in fact, that he’s inspired a new photo trend.
With the need for a top-tier signal-caller becoming inarguable, teams value QB potential so much that it’s become more important — in the short term — than winning.
Fantasy football scoring has gotten a bit stale. After the NFL’s first week, it’s clear these point bonuses need to be added immediately.
At least that’s the takeaway from their first commercial featuring Robert Griffin III. The idea is that he’s haunting defensive players, but some of these moments will probably haunt you.
RG3 is a man who loves socks. Here are the custom pair he rocked at the NFL draft.
Former Denver Bronco Nate Jackson has some words of warning for Andrew Luck and Robert Griffin III on the day of the NFL Draft.
Using peppers for the braids was a nice touch.
Papa’s back, and this time he has the NFL Draft on his mind.
He coached Robert Griffin III before he was a Heisman winner.