It's no secret that at times in his two year NFL career, there has been too much exposure to Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III. Whether that is the fault of the Redskins, the media or even Griffin himself can be argued, but the point here is not to assign blame. Instead, let's try and figure out the best possible way for RG3 to respond to media requests without being ubiquitous.
RG3 is a charismatic, popular player, and people want to see what he says and watch what he does. Last season, coming off a Rookie of the Year campaign and working his way back from a devastating knee injury, it seemed Griffin was everywhere. It grew to be too much, especially as the team went into a tailspin, falling to 3-13.
New year, new coach, healthy knee: What's the right media plan for RG3? Weekly press conference? Let him talk in the locker room just like the other players? Some combination? Or will the demand diminish?
Let us know what you think in the comments.