The Washington Redskins are moving forward from former quarterback Robert Griffin III and it looks like some teams are already chomping at the bit to get a piece of him. This shouldn’t come as a surprise after he was the second overall pick in the 2011 NFL Draft.
Just earlier this week, Redskins president Bruce Allen said that he believes Griffin will definitely have a place to play in the 2016 season. ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported that two teams have already contacted the Redskins about the former Rookie of the Year.
At least 2 teams have talked to Redskins about trading for RGIII, per sources. Griffin controls process because he has to sign off new deal.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) February 26, 2016
Many believe that the Dallas Cowboys and Houston Texans could be two teams in the running for the quarterback. However, the two teams asking about him have yet to be confirmed.
Griffin certainly has the ability to lead any team that wants to take a chance on him. He threw for over 8,100 yards and 42 touchdowns and he rushed for 1,480 yards and eight touchdowns.
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