Could Robert Griffin III's next stop be in Dallas, backup up Tony Romo? His college coach would love to see that.
Despite the general manager's (mostly vague) comments, it's hard to envision a scenario where Robert Griffin III is a member of the Redskins next season.
The upside to going 4-12: you get to pick fourth overall in the upcoming NFL Draft.
Former Dallas Cowboys quarterback Troy Aikman speculated that the team could add a quarterback in the draft this year as Tony Romo's backup and eventual successor. He also speculated that Romo wouldn't be happy about it.
We can't envision a situation where either Johnny Manziel or Robert Griffin III play with their current teams next season. The Cowboys, however, are another story.
The 49ers are reportedly deciding between Chip Kelly and Mike Shanahan for their coaching job and will decide in the next 24 hours.
We tried to answer one of the offseason's most pressing questions using EA Sports' 'Madden 16.' Here's what we discovered.
With Washington nearly certain to release Robert Griffin III after Super Bowl 50, the former Rookie of the Year could end up in plenty of different locations and situations heading into next season.
It's been almost 13 months since Robert Griffin III last played in a meaningful game for the Redskins, but is there anyway he returns to Washington?
Robert Griffin III likely played (or not played to be accurate) his final game with the Redskins on Sunday.

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