Robert Griffin III just received the equivalent of a Hollywood Star placed in his hometown of Copperas Cove, Texas. The Baylor University Heisman Trophy winner and former Copperas Cove High School Bulldawg standout now has a street named after him. Well, it's actually a Boulevard, but you get the idea.
According to the Killeen Daily Herald, a representative said that the city is trying to schedule a time for Redskins QB, Robert Griffin III, to partake in the road dedication.
This honor after just one season in the NFL, in which Griffin III threw for 3,200 yards for 20 touchdowns (and down forget about those 815 rushing yards on 120 attempts) in 15 games, making him a serious contender for the NFL's 'Rookie of the Year' award.
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