Robert Griffin III is not Jay Gruden’s guy—at least that’s what former Redskins safety Ryan Clark seems to believe.
After weeks of shocking offseason moves, Eagles coach Chip Kelly took to the podium to explain some of his team's actions.
If it seemed like a million things happened in the NFL on Tuesday, it's because they did.
In the last few days, Cleveland inked veteran Josh McCown to stabilize their wobbly quarterback situation, and Buffalo made a trade to acquire another veteran signal caller in Matt Cassel.
If 2014 taught Redskins fans anything, expect to see a lot of guys line up behind center. Touted as the starter, Robert Griffin III started about half of Washington's games.