The Redskins and First Round Picks Don't Get Along

The Redskins and First Round Picks Don't Get Along

The Redskins seem to earned the reputation around the league as a franchise that usually doesn't resign their own players, instead opting for the Grass-Is-Greener approach of free agency. This statement is especially true of our first round picks, apparently.

Sometimes it's hard to quantify the levels of ineptitude without attaching some sort of number or figure to it. 

Well Rich Tandler of CSN Washington's tweet kind of put it in perspective.

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New Adidas Commercial Adds Pressure to RGIII's Comeback Attempt

After Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III suffered a torn ACL versus the Seahawks on January 6, the  prognosis from team doctors and officials was that RGIII would be able to play in around eight months. Even me, being the ultimate optimist that I am, was skeptical. Eight months sounds too good to be true, even to the die-hard Redskins fans like myself. Adrian Peterson is the only athlete I can remember making that kind of expedient return after facing that kind of injury. And as freaky as specimen as RGIII is, Adrian Peterson's return from his blown out knee was downright miraculous.

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