On Monday former Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III said during an interview on 106.7 The Fan that he was drafted by a team and a coach that wasn't sold on him. Griffin said via USA Today "I was drafted to a team with a coach who didn't want me, with an organization that wasn't sold on me. And I think when you make that many trades or trade that many picks, you don't do that for a guy that you're not sold on. I think that's a situation that really hampered me thus far in my career."
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Griffin didn't stop there, he went on twitter and said this......
Question for my Football experts....— Robert Griffin III (@RGIII) October 30, 2017
Is a coach supposed to tailor his offense to the skill set of his starter or his backup? Please @ me
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Griffin then said he believes both him and Colin Kaepernick deserve to be in the NFL. He was quoting saying "If you look at it from a talent standpoint, we should definitely be in the league. I think it comes down to the teams, ultimately. And at this time, the teams don't want to (sign) myself or Kaep, and that's the way it is."
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