Chiefs Broadcaster Thinks RGIII Could be ‘President of the United States’

Bringing one man in and that’s his job, look at “spread option” on offense and defense! That’s what KC doing, they come to town to see in person this year but they say they will be ready!! HTTR

CBS DC

WASHINGTON (CBSDC) – The legend of Robert Griffin III continues to grow outside the friendly confines of the Washington metropolitan area, and while the confidence he exudes gives the feeling that his potential is limitless, at least one NFL broadcaster actually believes RGIII could some day be sitting in the Oval Office, like as the President.

No, really.

Mitch Holthus, the “Voice of the Chiefs” and all-around legend in Kansas City, said as much to Grant Paulsen and Chad Dukes on 106.7 The Fan on Friday.

“Now I love RGIII. Love him. Loved him at Baylor,” Holthus said. “I’ll just give you a quick story. My son coached football in Texas for a while, now he’s back in Kansas City. In his first game in Texas, they played Copperas Cove, he was at Belton. And he texts me, and he said ‘Dad, I’ve just seen the best athlete ever…

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NFL.com’s NFC East, Wildcard Predictions

I never say we going to win it all every year, as some fans of some teams do! But we gotta team that really likes each other and has fun together! And they can play a little football too!! That’s a pretty dangerous combination!! HTTR

The Redskins Blog

It may be Labor Day weekend, but the Washington Redskins and the NFL never stop working. Later today, the Redskins will be required to cut their roster down to 53 men before the Eagles game coming up in just nine days. Yes Redskins fans rejoice—we are in the single digits.

Anyway ever since about February 4th tis the season of season previews and now, with rosters trimming down to league standards, the guys at NFL.com collectively shared their thoughts on among other things, the NFC East and NFC wildcards.

In an interview with ESPN980 last week, general manager Bruce Allen dubbed the NFC East as the “SEC of the NFL” and after a simple eye check it’s appropriate to agree with his sentiment. Not only have the Redskins, Cowboys and Giants (maybe next time Philly) combined to win 12 Super Bowls, but the division is now entering a resurgence thanks to…

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Alfred Morris Selected On Sixth Sense List

We gonna be watching as he does if again for us!! Who didn’t like this kid??!! HTTR

The Redskins Blog

For his part, Washington Redskins head coach Mike Shanahan is nothing short of one of the greatest talent evaluators in NFL history. Not only have his first round picks (Trent Williams, Ryan Kerrigan and Robert Griffin III) prospered since the two-time Super Bowl winning coach joined the organization in January 2010, but he’s rounded out this year’s squad, already tapped as being one of the best in the NFL, with late round gems both selected on his own and discarded by the other 31 franchises.

As it stands now, 11 of the 22 projected starters for the Week 1 showdown with the Philadelphia Eagles were selected in the fourth round or later, or were free agents the second after Mr. Irrelevant learned of his new perks—outside of playing football.  Shanahan’s most notable late round selection? Look no further than the always humble, do whatever it takes second year running back…

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