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Griffin will turn down all private workout requests

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Colts owner Jim Irsay shouldn’t feel like he’s been singled out.  Although quarterback Robert Griffin III has declined to submit to a private workout with the Colts, a source with knowledge of the situation tells PFT that he will submit to no private workouts.

(As I way typing this up, Adam Schefter was on ESPN saying the same thing.)

Still, there’s a sense that Griffin doesn’t want to go to Indianapolis, and that he prefers playing for the Redskins.  Though Griffin would never say that, the reality is that, with a rookie wage scale, the first overall pick no longer is as significant as it used to be.

Far more significant in the first round than the first contract is the second contract.  With Peyton Manning, the Colts forced him to complete every game of a six-year rookie contract and a seven-year second deal.  This suggests that the Colts will milk the full amount of the five-year deal that the first pick will sign, before applying the franchise tag and/or signing the player to a long-term agreement.

In Washington, where owner Daniel Snyder has never enjoyed a franchise quarterback, chances are that he’d be inclined to extend Griffin with a market-value deal not long after his third NFL season, at which time rookie contracts can now be renegotiated.  Besides, Griffin stands to make much more money via off-field endeavors in D.C., and he’ll be filling the much smaller shoes of Rex Grossman and John Beck.

So while Griffin is saying “no” to everyone, it’s likely that the tactic was aimed at keeping the Colts from saying his name with the first pick in the 2012 draft.

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75 Responses to “Griffin will turn down all private workout requests”
  1. nflfollower says: Apr 3, 2012 1:54 PM

    Who is your source? Could it be all the comments on prior articles?

  2. ebbycalvinlaloosh says: Apr 3, 2012 1:57 PM

    This is a red flag. Why do you feel that you are above the process, Mr. Griffin? Do you feel as though you should be treated differently than other draft prospects? I would not take this guy anywhere in the top 10 at this point.

    He refused to throw at the combine and now refuses to work out privately for teams that will potentially be investing $25 million in guaranteed money in him if he’s selected 1st or 2nd. He’s afraid of damaging his draft stock, which says he lacks confidence. This is not the behavior of a leader of men.

  3. chawk12thman says: Apr 3, 2012 1:57 PM

    So, it is expected that RGIII makes more $ with Washington. There you go…….

  4. clintonportisheadd says: Apr 3, 2012 1:58 PM

    Nope. Way too much over analysis.

    Luck is going number one. EVERYONE in the Western World knows that. The Redskins have told Griffin he is going number two and to start looking at homes in the DC area.

    So why would he waste his time?

  5. geniusesq says: Apr 3, 2012 1:58 PM

    He didn’t need to say that because we all know, he’s not falling past the #2 pick.

    So, the message was quite clear. Good “Luck” Colts. I’m headed to DC baby.

    HTTR

  6. preventoffense says: Apr 3, 2012 1:59 PM

    Thank you!!! I guess that horseshoe really IS Lucky.

  7. kylecleric says: Apr 3, 2012 2:00 PM

    Of course he could like the Redskins more because they’re just better.

  8. mrhney03 says: Apr 3, 2012 2:00 PM

    RG3! Welcome to DC!!

  9. themonster49 says: Apr 3, 2012 2:00 PM

    (best drunk voice) “What Irsay Wants, Irsay Gets!!!”

    It would certainly cap off that wonderful run the Colts owner has had the last few months.

  10. babyhorsemorgan says: Apr 3, 2012 2:01 PM

    Playing soon, limited engagement..

    “Gruesome Grows A Huge Head”!

  11. LoCoSu@%s says: Apr 3, 2012 2:02 PM

    I’m shocked. I actually agree with the premise of this post.
    From a marketing and futures prospect, Washington is a better deal than Indy.

    Of course…. all that hinges on how well the coaching staff develops him

  12. tonyugoh says: Apr 3, 2012 2:03 PM

    I might come off as an angry Colts fan but if Griffin wants to blow us off, then I will be more than happy to have Luck lead us for the next decade. Maybe the Manning era didn’t end smoothly, but the last decade has shown the the Skins are a much more dysfunctional franchise than the Colts have been and any big shoes to fill is just a media creation, almost all Colts fans know that rookie qb’s are going to struggle and we’re more than willing to be patient in the rebuilding process. Snyder has shown that any time anything goes wrong, he just tries to throw money at it to solve his problems, that doesn’t work in the NFL.

  13. mrslay1 says: Apr 3, 2012 2:03 PM

    Of coarse he won’t he don’t want anyone to see him in NFL action and have to back up his big mouth. Players like him are why they needed the rookie rule for contracts!

  14. jhart615 says: Apr 3, 2012 2:04 PM

    I doubt Griffin is already looking ahead to his 2nd contract dude…lets at least get the kid drafted first before we start talking about that…

  15. dscol715 says: Apr 3, 2012 2:04 PM

    Jump to conclusions much? Maybe he isn’t doing private workouts because he already won the Heisman, dominated the combine, aced his interviews and was great at his pro day. Instead of this convoluted conspiracy theory maybe he just doesn’t think he has anything to gain from more workouts.

  16. quittsburghstoolers says: Apr 3, 2012 2:07 PM

    Look out now… diva in training!

    He ain’t even in the NFL yet & he’s “big timing” people already…

  17. truthassassin says: Apr 3, 2012 2:08 PM

    To all you commenting that this is about a quest for more money, PLEASE, SPARE US YOUR SPECULATION, YOU KNOW NOTHING AND IT JUST MAKES YOU SOUND STUPID!!!

    In the end, the kid will play for whoever picks him, and, if I were him, I would rather play for the Skins who actually have a solid D and some decent pieces on offense…

  18. godofwine330 says: Apr 3, 2012 2:09 PM

    “Did I say you were good? Sh*t, you’re a Rembrandt” – Ellis Boyd Redding (Shawshank Redemption)

  19. truthassassin says: Apr 3, 2012 2:09 PM

    And, btw, Griffin was a political science major so it makes more sense that he would want to be in DC anyway… not to mention that DC is a pretty special place, monuments and all (for those who have been there)

  20. turgidsen says: Apr 3, 2012 2:13 PM

    Thank you !!! I thought Adam Schefter was Mike Shanahans Beeotch he should have known this ..

  21. theytukrjobs says: Apr 3, 2012 2:15 PM

    Griffin should prefer Washington. He’ll probably get paid more and his body will be less abused on the grass there than on turf.

  22. bangitfootball says: Apr 3, 2012 2:19 PM

    I dont blame him hes got nothing else to prove.

  23. tundey says: Apr 3, 2012 2:20 PM

    What’s the point of him doing a private workout? Especially since the Colts haven’t made it a secret that they prefer Luck. So why go though a charade that won’t do anything to improve his draft stock and can potentially help the Colts drive a hard bargain with Luck? If I am Andrew Luck, I am calling RG3 and thanking him personally.

    @tonyugoh : Why should RG3 work out for your team when your owner has already said his next QB is “Andrew”? Unless RG3′s obscure middle name is “Andrew”…

  24. tluke25 says: Apr 3, 2012 2:20 PM

    nflfollower says: Apr 3, 2012 1:54 PM

    Who is your source? Could it be all the comments on prior articles?
    ———————

    Exactly!

    I might have to stop coming to this site if every article is about an “unnamed source”. And we’re supposed to believe the “source” wants it to be a secret that he told someone RG3 is choosing to do no private workouts.

  25. usmutts says: Apr 3, 2012 2:20 PM

    “Griffin stands to make more money in off-field endeavors in DC.”

    Right. That’s probably why I never saw any Peyton Manning TV commercials in the last 14 years, and why he never got any decent endorsement contracts.

  26. jakek2 says: Apr 3, 2012 2:21 PM

    By the day, Griffin is proving that he is missing that “winning” gene. What competitor doesn’t want to be the no. 1 overall pick? What competitor doesn’t want to fill the shoes of a sure-fire hall of famer. I’ll tell you….its a player that is scared of the pressure.

    Great. Go to Washington where everyone is already expecting you to fail like every other Heath Shuler the Skins have drafted over the last 30 years. If you fail, its ho-hum. Otherwise, you’re their savior. No pressure at all.

  27. coltsluckdynasty says: Apr 3, 2012 2:22 PM

    Still the idiots are out.. The redskins a better organization than the colts!?!? Lmao, yeah, RG3 will make so much more money off the field in dc than in indy? WTF are people smoking? Peyton manning never got a commercial deal, or any endorsements out of Indy? All I’ve heard people say for years is how sick they were of seeing manning in commercials. Where you play has zero to do with how much off field money you make.. It’s how you play that gets endorsements… Even the guy that writes these posts knows that. Cmon, this is getting laughable…

  28. godofwine330 says: Apr 3, 2012 2:24 PM

    Only twice in NFL history has a Hall of Fame QB been succeeded by another Hall of Fame QB (Joe Montana & Steve Young, and Bob Waterfield & Norm ‘The Dutchman’ Van Brocklin – thank you Steve Sabol for the wealth of football knowledge beyond my 35 years).

    Most QB’s cannot succeed in the eyes of the fans, and never live up to the success of the QB that preceeded them. Even Steve Young caught hell, and he was pretty damned good. If there isn’t immediate success when the fans are so used to winning almost every week the QB is the first one to catch it, though unjustly.

  29. butterstone84 says: Apr 3, 2012 2:24 PM

    Griffin has grits for breakfast, Griffin ties his shoes, Griffin has a sip of water, Griffin hugs his mom goodbye, Griffin picks his nose,Griffinsays “no” when asked for change by a bum, Griffin rubs one out after a hearty lunch. CAN WE GET SOME REAL STORIES? or atleast wait until 1 breaks just to take up space

  30. Patriot42 says: Apr 3, 2012 2:24 PM

    I hope there is a bounty out on him.

  31. jakek2 says: Apr 3, 2012 2:25 PM

    theytukrjobs says:
    Apr 3, 2012 2:15 PM
    Griffin should prefer Washington. He’ll probably get paid more and his body will be less abused on the grass there than on turf.
    ————–
    Not true at all. With Mario Williams gone, the Titans, Texans and Jags have no pass rushers that will keep anyone up at night. On the other hand, Griffin will face JPP, Tuck, Osi, Kiwi, Ware, Babin and Cole 6 times per year. Ask Vick and Romo how that has worked out lately.

  32. indywilson40 says: Apr 3, 2012 2:25 PM

    I hope his strategy works. Indy wants ANDREW LUCK!!!!

  33. markymark5005 says: Apr 3, 2012 2:26 PM

    Thank you !!! I thought Adam Schefter was Mike Shanahans Beeotch he should have known this ..

    http://goo.gl/5EyQR

  34. 49ers1970 says: Apr 3, 2012 2:26 PM

    This is just crazy. Colts sign Luck and get it over with and Redskins sign RG3.
    This is a waste of time!

  35. rodgers419 says: Apr 3, 2012 2:27 PM

    “Still, there’s a sense that Griffin doesn’t want to go to Indianapolis, and that he prefers playing for the Redskins.”

    Who the heck in their right mind would prefer to play for the redskins over the colts? Mannings gone and they had a bad year but the redskins have been wallowing in mediocrity for a long long long time.

  36. coltsluckdynasty says: Apr 3, 2012 2:27 PM

    And oh yeah, akili the 3rd is too afraid to play in footsteps of true greatness. He wants to go to dc so when he flops, he has the system to blame. Where in Indy, we have the staff that has already coached and developed Peyton… Way to chicken out rgakili3

  37. stunzeed5 says: Apr 3, 2012 2:28 PM

    High character guy who knows where he is going and has proven beyond a reasonable doubt his draft value. He has nothing to gain/lose by holding private workouts. Only people he needs to “impress” are his retired Army parents, Dan Snyder, Bruce Allen, and Redskins fan…..he’s done all that. Smart kid.

  38. puckthefatriots says: Apr 3, 2012 2:30 PM

    Kylecleric, the Redskins are better than the Colts?…Are you basing this on the last 15 years??…your franchise is so poorly ran…worst owner in sports…cant keep a coach…builds teams through free agency and not the draft…Yes, Irsay is a flake but there is no denying his success…he’s going to draft his franchise QB, stay out of the way and let the wins pile up for another decade…meanwhile you’ll still be stuck with Danny boy(who has never won anything)

  39. cowboyhater says: Apr 3, 2012 2:31 PM

    Glad to be a part of the Redskin franchise with great tradition. Redemption will be sweet to all haters.

    Signed,
    RG3

  40. lombardihero says: Apr 3, 2012 2:32 PM

    No doubt why would anyone be wasting their time and his when all the results are in including miles of college tape…

    If you can not make a determination by now maybe you need to hire a scout who can and maybe this is why you are picking this early in the draft all the time.

  41. babyhorsemorgan says: Apr 3, 2012 2:37 PM

    Mr Stiff Does Not Go To Washington.

    Or Indianapolis. Or anywhere else.

  42. skins21 says: Apr 3, 2012 2:38 PM

    Griffin’s stance may very well be that he’s turning down ALL teams that request private workouts but it sounds like only ONE owner seems insulted by this.

    Why else would Irsay be pouting about it on twitter?

  43. mjkelly77 says: Apr 3, 2012 2:39 PM

    Kid’s a coward. He’s been built up by the press. Poor Redskins.

  44. naptownplaya says: Apr 3, 2012 2:42 PM

    More $ in DC??? Right… great NFL players with personality can get marketed from anywhere (ie. Peyton Manning).

    Danny boy Snyder is like the government; he thinks if you just keep throwing tons of $$$ into something, it will work…. RG3 and Danny boy seem destined for eachother.

  45. crp63 says: Apr 3, 2012 2:42 PM

    tonyugoh says:Apr 3, 2012 2:03 PM

    I might come off as an angry Colts fan but if Griffin wants to blow us off, then I will be more than happy to have Luck lead us for the next decade. Maybe the Manning era didn’t end smoothly, but the last decade has shown the the Skins are a much more dysfunctional franchise than the Colts have been and any big shoes to fill is just a media creation, almost all Colts fans know that rookie qb’s are going to struggle and we’re more than willing to be patient in the rebuilding process. Snyder has shown that any time anything goes wrong, he just tries to throw money at it to solve his problems, that doesn’t work in the NFL.

    Not bitter,just perhaps a little naive.The Skins never had a franchise quarterback with whom they attemted to draft and groom Jim Sorgi and Curtis Painter to replace.That in it self is dysfunctional in that neither have any NFL talent whatsoever.Also I’d probably rather have an owner who is willing to spend money than one who would rather make cryptic Twitter posts at 2:00 am………

  46. cashisking4life says: Apr 3, 2012 2:42 PM

    It would be nice if they top 3 qb’s refused to sign with the colts if drafted and then the were screwed for releasing manning lol u would rather be broke and homeless before I ever agreed to signing withy the colts, browns, dolphins, and saints

  47. coltsluckdynasty says: Apr 3, 2012 2:43 PM

    Maybe rg3 can get a geico commercial that a caveman has to say his name so people will actually know who he is…..

  48. truthhurtstoo says: Apr 3, 2012 2:43 PM

    FAIL!!

  49. skin94249 says: Apr 3, 2012 2:43 PM

    By the day, Griffin is proving that he is missing that “winning” gene. What competitor doesn’t want to be the no. 1 overall pick?…….. Can you say ? Say it with me slowly…… John Elway, Eli Manning, ……you over undereducated nimwit !

  50. fvckyourmother says: Apr 3, 2012 2:45 PM

    The fact is the Colts would take Andrew Luck if RG3 stepped on to the practice field and turned into the Incredible Hulk. Everyone already knows who the first 3 picks are. This speculation stuff is retarded.

    1-Luck
    2-Griffin
    3-Kaliil

  51. fvckyourmother says: Apr 3, 2012 2:46 PM

    Tony Romo sucks.

  52. iinformeduthusly says: Apr 3, 2012 2:47 PM

    Pretty sad when this blog can’t admit that it’s readers knew this 2 hours ago and mocked the previous articles for not knowing, and then you come up with this garbage as if you’re breaking some sorta news.

  53. cash804 says: Apr 3, 2012 2:48 PM

    Why would anyone want to play for the sh*tty Colts, just so they can be the #1 pick?!?!

    That team is about to be bent over by the entire AFC South. Their only hope is that they’re in the sh*ttiest divsion in the AFC.

    In 2011, we lost 6 of 10 games by a TD or less…come to DC RGIII, our defense has got you!!!

  54. Stupid Raiders Fan says: Apr 3, 2012 2:52 PM

    He accepted my private workout request.

  55. datskinzdude says: Apr 3, 2012 2:53 PM

    Listen people…the media is trying to spark up a new story with the Colts considering Rg3 over Luck. Free Agency is quiet, the Peyton Manning fiasco is over, the Bounty is over and now they need a life. The Colts will draft Luck, who is 90% of the reason Irsay cut Manning in the first place. Luck has been viewed as a successor, not RG3. It is pointless to work out for anyone, including the Colts, when you know the Redskins will be selecting you with the #2 pick in the draft.

  56. waxthat says: Apr 3, 2012 2:54 PM

    RG likes the skins more….

    until he meets the fans..lol

  57. mallyredskins says: Apr 3, 2012 2:55 PM

    Just because he declined to do private workout for teams dont mean he thinks he’s too good or above the workouts. He had a proday. all those who want to do a private workout with him should have attended his PRODAY. if finding the franchise QB was SOOOO important to the INDY clan, they would have sent the top dogs to his proday. Dont get mad at him for saying no.

  58. slider7702 says: Apr 3, 2012 3:00 PM

    He knew there was no way the Colts would pick him. Just trying to save face. He clearly cares more about perception than Luck does. He’ll make a few cool commercials and be a career back up by year 3.

  59. jaggedmark says: Apr 3, 2012 3:01 PM

    Exactly right, Mike. Someone finally stated what’s going on here.

    And if I was Griffin, I’d do exactly the same thing.

  60. RavenzGunnerz says: Apr 3, 2012 3:01 PM

    Leaf never showed up for interview with the Colts, and so, they selected the guy who showed up. Payton Manning.

  61. RavenzGunnerz says: Apr 3, 2012 3:02 PM

    *Peyton Manning :)

  62. mallyredskins says: Apr 3, 2012 3:05 PM

    Dont get it twisted, redskins will be better with either QB, we prefer Griffin but if indy picks him, we’ll gladly take Luck. So all of the slick comments about what our organization has done can end because last time i check, Manning resurrected yall franchise. Either QB will resurrect our franchise. Lets see if yall can resurrect yall franchise AGAIN, when yall select one of the two. Remember, yall got a wholleeeee new staff running the show now.

  63. desmondclee says: Apr 3, 2012 3:24 PM

    If you’re RGIII (or Luck, for that matter), why in world would you want to play for the Colts?

    In the first place, the Colts are a huge wreck going into the 2012 season; on the flip side, the Redskins are a team on the rise. For those of you who’d like to take issue with my description of the Redskins, you can’t doubt the fact that the Redskins are clearly not in the same stage of rebuilding the Colts are and provide much more of an opportunity for a young QB (or any other player) to succeed.

    Also, apart from things like DC being much more of a cosmopolitan city than Indy is, Colts fans are looking at the new QB to fill Peyton’s shoes. That’s a hugely tall order that’s really unfair to Peyton’s successor. With the way things are going in Indy right now, the ultimate replacement will probably fall well short of the Colts’ faithful’s expectations on whom they’ll view as Manning version 2.0.

    On the other hand, Redskins fans, who all too frequently wish for far too much in new-fangled quick-fix solutions, are comparing RGIII to the laughably lamentable duo of Rex Grossman and John Beck. Indeed, if RGIII avoids the record-setting turnover rate featured by Sexy Rexy last year and Beck’s penchant for staring at a pass rush only to fall victim to it, that in and of itself will be a huge upgrade. In fact, if that does happen, you can expect to see a three or four game improvement based on that alone.

    In all, there’s simply no reason for anyone to be jumping at the opportunity to go to Indy, especially a young QB. Unfortunately, both of them have to talk the talk about their supposed desire to play for the Colts in case they face their day of reckoning on April 26. While no one wants to fill in as the captain of the Titanic, you’d better pretend to be gleeful in case they become your next employer.

  64. j0esixpack says: Apr 3, 2012 3:50 PM

    Spot on analysis Florio

    Aside from the soon forgotten pride of being the #1 pick, all 1st round picks now have a high incentive to play their way out of their rookie contract.

    If Irsay’s put the word out he’s ruled out a re-negotiation early on, I wouldn’t be surprised if Luck quietly lobbies for DC.

  65. rickvaldez says: Apr 3, 2012 4:00 PM

    What is wrong with colts fans thinking they’re so much better than the redskins. Your owner really built a great team? Manning has saved that franchise for years and proved they are nothing without him. The skins have a somewhat decent team with no qb.

    Before you get crazy trashing the skins look at the mess in indy and why you have that #1 pick.

  66. Fan On Fire_Maurice Barksdale says: Apr 3, 2012 4:01 PM

    Griffin has nothing to prove at this point. He can have a great workout with the Colts and they could still draft Luck anyway. Why risk a fluke injury at this point working out for teams who may never draft him?

    Griffin has done his job. He’s improved and solidified his draft stock through the combine and his pro day. Now all that’s left is to make it to the draft healthy, get his contract signed, and get his career started.

  67. jakek2 says: Apr 3, 2012 4:10 PM

    desmondclee – disagree. Colts are a well-run organization that is simply starting a rebuild. There is no reason to think in 3-4 years that they will become a strong young team for another 15 years just like last time. On the other hand, the Skins are a crappy run organization who have never been able to develop their young players under Snyder. He is a meddling owner that stunts growth by overpaying aging/fading stars instead of investing in his own. It hasn’t been a month and he had already overpaid for WRs Garcon and Morgan. The odds are better that the Colts will rise from the ashes than the Skins becoming a powerhouse for the next 15 years.

  68. desmondclee says: Apr 3, 2012 4:32 PM

    Jake you are way, way off. First of all, the Redskins aren’t run by Dan Snyder anymore. They’re under new management with Bruce Allen and Mike Shanahan. Last year’s draft — not only in amassing the amount picks they obtained from the relatively few they started with but whim they ended up picking — is but one example that strongly impugns your point, which would’ve been true a few years ago but certainly not now. As for the Colts, they got rid of one key persons (Bill Polian) that built them to become a dominating team with Peyton under center. Among many many other things, the Colts resigned an aging Robert Mathis and have an aging bookend in Dwight Freeney, and released some other key individuals that they haven’t yet replaced. While it remains to be seen how the Colts do under new management who are the team to be suffering from an owner meddling problem itself, the Redskins are clearly well ahead of the Colts and unless things change will continue that way.

  69. coltsluckdynasty says: Apr 3, 2012 4:34 PM

    Maybe RG3 and Marion barry can make headlines together over there in the wonderful crime world of DC… Shows you how stupid DC is, if your mayor gets caught in a crack ring, and can get reelected, that says enough… So to say DC is a “destination” spot, I think myself and most of the nation would disagree. The only reason I would take anyone there is to wake kids up, and say, this is how not to live your life…. Or else, you end up living here… Isn’t Barry still on the city council?? What a joke….. DC better than the sports capital of the world…. Lmao, when you guys can host a couple of world class events, other than the pimps players ball…. Don’t ever disrespect another city…..

  70. desmondclee says: Apr 3, 2012 4:39 PM

    Not dissing any city. If you think DC is just about Marion Barry, pick up a history or civics book. Indy has its own merits, but as for cosmopolitan value, DC (capital of the free world) vs Indy is no comparison.

  71. swagger52 says: Apr 3, 2012 5:03 PM

    I hope Robert Griffin gets into a Mayflower Moving Van and drives thru Indy on his way to DC.

    Irsay sucks.

  72. waltdawg says: Apr 3, 2012 5:03 PM

    Smart move….The Colts are now one of the worst franchises in football….They can have LUCK….Stay away from RG3.

  73. coltsluckdynasty says: Apr 3, 2012 5:18 PM

    Trust us buddy, we feel the same. DC can have rgakili3. Why is he not working out for any team? Yeah, he doesn’t want to get re-exposed for the reason he was a WR recruit a year ago.

  74. mrslay1 says: Apr 3, 2012 5:50 PM

    not my post but anyone who aould compare griffin to Elway or Eli Manning is the undereducated nimwit

  75. wet4football says: Apr 3, 2012 8:19 PM

    mallyredskins says:Apr 3, 2012 2:55 PM

    Just because he declined to do private workout for teams dont mean he thinks he’s too good or above the workouts. He had a proday. all those who want to do a private workout with him should have attended his PRODAY. if finding the franchise QB was SOOOO important to the INDY clan, they would have sent the top dogs to his proday. Dont get mad at him for saying no.
    ————————————–
    Grigson (GM) and Pagano (head coach) were both at RG3s pro day try research before you randomly comment whatever YOU believe.

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