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Robert Griffin III has another moronic slogan for this season

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Robert, Robert, Robert…I’m pulling for ya man but another slogan?? Guess you just being you..lets just hope this you is similar to the 2012 you!! HTTR

Originally posted on For The Win:

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For some reason, Robert Griffin III has been subtitling each of his professional seasons like he’s a freaking Marvel movie.

Season 1: “Know your why.”

Season 2: “All in for week 1.”

Season 3: “This is for us.”

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And, for the upcoming season — Griffin’s fourth in the NFL — he has a new catchphrase. It encapsulates the last two years of frustration, disappointment, benchings, statistical deterioration, Shanahaning and plain old stinking up the joint with losing records that may have put his fifth-year option (due Sunday) that seemed inevitable in jeopardy, all while narrating the process through the media.

Season 4: “Talk small, play big.”

(Sighs.) (Sighs again while closing eyes.) (Sighs once more while closing eyes and slowly shaking head.) (Sighs.)

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“Talk small, win big.” You’ve already disobeyed the first half of your slogan by coming up with a slogan! Any slogan is inherently big talk…

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Former Teammates, Coaches On Sean Taylor


Loved it..Greg Williams showed who he is!! #HTTR #HT21

Originally posted on The Redskins Blog:

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NFL Network tonight at 9 p.m. will remember the life of legendary Washington Redskins safety Sean Taylor in A Football Life.

Produced by NFL Films, the one-hour documentary will feature stories of the former first round pick from family members, teammates and coaches.

Below, are some quotes about Taylor from Ryan Clark, Chris Cooley and Hall of Fame head coach Joe Gibbs:

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Need to Know: Redskins Park notes–Gruden will make first cuts quickly

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I’ve always believed when we do well in preseason, we have a bad year.

Originally posted on Rich Tandler's Real Redskins:

Here is what you need to know on this Friday, August 22, one day before the Redskins play their third preseason game against the Ravens.

Redskins Park quick hits

The buzz around Redskins Park on Thursday.

—The cut from 90 to 75 has to be done by 4 p.m. on Tuesday. Mike Shanahan generally waited until the deadline to make his cuts, bringing back players to practice after the third preseason game. Redskins coach Jay Gruden will not make players wait and wonder. He will take care of business on Sunday. “Right now the plan is they’ll be off Sunday and then for practice we’ll hopefully get all the cuts done Sunday on the day off,” he said.

—Sorry I didn’t get this up earlier, here is my spot on PFT Live with Mike Florio from Tuesday, talking about the Redskins, RG3, Alfred Morris and more. I come in at…

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U.S. Falls to Germany 1-0, Advances to Knockout Round

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I Believe..I believe…USA

Originally posted on CBS DC:

WASHINGTON (CBSDC) — The two coaches smiled as they shook hands and patted each other on the shoulder after the match.

Germany’s goal came after a corner by Mesut Ozil. U.S. goalkeeper Tim Howard did well to punch out a header by Per Mertesacker but the ball fell kindly to Mueller, who pounced on the rebound and rifled a shot inside the far post from the edge of the penalty area. Mueller played despite needing five stiches to close a cut above his right eye sustained in the 2-2 draw with Ghana on Saturday and still visible five days later.

The United States had a chance to level the match in stoppage time, but Alejandro Bedoya’s low shot inside the box was swept away by the sliding Mario Goetze, a late substitute. The Americans got a corner but Clint Dempsey’s header at the far post went high.

Loew reshuffled his…

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