BY ANDY AYARS, CSNWASHINGTON.COM CONTRIBUTOR
At Saturday's Redskins training camp practice in Richmond, the team hosted some very special visitors in two young cancer survivors, Evan Washo and Vincent Silver Jr.
However, they didn't get the chance to get Robert Griffin III's autograph -- before he asked them for theirs.
Upon meeting the fans, RG3 took off his cleats and asked for their autographs.
RG3 just met 2 young cancer survivors - Vincent Silver, Jr. and Evan Washo - and had THEM autograph his shoes. pic.twitter.com/2M0Yn9xivT— Brian McNally (@bmcnally14) August 9, 2014
"If I'd have met Michael Jordan and he asked for my autograph there would have been a shock. It's flipping the script a little bit, but I think it means something to them," Griffin told ESPN's John Kelm regarding his meaningful move, an idea that just came to him. "If I'm their first autograph that's an honor to me."
On Sunday, the 24-year-old quarterback repeated the gesture with another guest of honor: 18-year-old Jamia Johnson of the Make-A-Wish Foundation, who was diagnosed with End Stage Renal Disease in 2010.
After tossing a football with the Maryland native and seeing her beat him out in a race, RG3 asked Johnson to sign his football jersey.
"I wanted to give her something special and have something to carry along with me on this journey," he said.