Note: Washington Redskins’ Executive Vice President and General Manager Bruce Allen filled in this week for Sports Illustrated columnist Peter King and his “Monday Morning Quarterback” column. The Redskins Blog will be highlighting some of Allen’s comments from the column, which you can read in its entirety by clicking here.
The mind of a general manager in the National Football League is often racing, so I’m sure it’s nice to jot down your thoughts every once in a while.
Redskins’ Executive Vice President and General Manager Bruce Allen got that very opportunity this week in his Sports Illustrated column.
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The Washington Redskins enter the 2012 season with three running backs that showed flashes of excellence at various points in 2011.
But will the Redskins’ offense be more proficient with a running back-by-committee system, or with one premier back handling most of the rushing duties?
Quarterback Robert Griffin III prefers the latter.
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Brian Orakpo knows a little something about making a splash as a rookie in Washington.
As a rookie in 2009, the outside linebacker out of Texas was selected to the Pro Bowl after accumulating 50 tackles, 11 sacks and one forced fumble for the Redskins.
So with everybody’s eyes on another Redskins rookie this season — quarterback Robert Griffin III — Orakpo had some expertise to share with the first-round pick out of Baylor.
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In case you missed it last night, Redskins’ rookie quarterback Robert Griffin III took home some hardware at the ESPYS, the annual ESPN awards show in Los Angeles.
Griffin III — the reigning Heisman Trophy winner from Baylor — won an ESPY for “Best Male College Athlete.”
But he also got a chance to rub elbows with some of the biggest names in sports.
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