RGIII will get a pre-camp tune-up from Terry Shea


Earlier in the year, quarterbacks coach Terry Shea spent a week working with Washington quarterback Robert Griffin III.  Shea was impressed.

Shea will get a chance to be impressed again next week.  Via John Keim of ESPN.com, Griffin will obtain a tune-up from Shea before heading to training camp.

As explained by Keim, Shea has been working on Griffin’s fundamentals, from narrowing the quarterback’s base to turning his feet with his body while in the pocket to holding the ball higher to avoid the Tebow-style catapult delivery.

Griffin faces plenty of questions regarding whether his career will reflect his performance as a rookie in 2012 or as an NFL sophomore in 2013, who struggled while recovering from a torn ACL and dealing with the dysfunction of the final season of the Shanahan regime.

19 responses to “RGIII will get a pre-camp tune-up from Terry Shea

  1. But what does Terry Shea think about the name of the franchise? I haven’t heard anything from him about that, could somebody ask him please so we know where he stands on the issue? I don’t care about this other trivial stuff right now. Let’s talk Washington QB mechanics after we deal with this previously established conversation that not many team members have even commented on as of yet.

  2. Inb4 RGME, RG3-13, RG is a coach killer, RG needs to shut up, RGBust….did I cover them all for you guys that get hard ons for articles about RGIII?

  3. He will be hurt again by week 6. We heard the hype before. They have a year worth of film on him “healthy”. He’s not going to surprise the league or do anything ground breaking.

    #doesnotplaysmart #notasgoodasyouthinkheis #1stroundbust #RGMe

  4. With RG3 it’s all about the narrative. When he came into the league he was the most exciting quarterback in the league before be even took a snap. He was the humble kid who could be a politician tomorrow. He was the hardworking rookie team leader who led the Skins to a division title. Than he got hurt, he was the disgruntled QB, perhaps mad at his coaches for keeping him in the game because no way he comes out. He had a mediocre season and the team imploded and the media ate the team alive. All of a sudden he was the passive aggressive quote machine, taking jabs at his former coaches. Fast forward to this offseason, he’s explosive, he’s ready, he’s hungry. He’s putting the past behind him.. ALL NARRATIVES. I believe it’s time for him to comeback even stronger than before, it terms of his NFL narrative, it’s the only logical step.

  5. @thestrategyexpert

    Please stop commenting on EVERY redskins thread about that issue. Everyone knows you and a few others are offended by the name.

    WE GET IT.

    What you are doing is the definition of trolling.

  6. RG3 needs to learn fundamentals of playing QB. It’s nice to see he’s working hard, usually that translates into good things happening.

  7. Quit the mechanics bullcrap. I’d much rather he works on reading the defences and anticipating when guys get open.
    He slings d dang thing just fine.

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