Quarterback Robert Griffin III sat down with Larry Michael on the set of Redskins Nation to recap all that went down in his first year in the Nation’s Capital after a truly spectacular career at Baylor University.
Washington handed the reigns of the franchise to the 2011 Heisman winner as he left little doubt that moving up to the second overall pick in last year’s draft will go down as one of the greatest trades in history.
The AP Offensive Rookie of the Year shared his thoughts in the first segment on:
–His nerves before stepping out of the tunnel at New Orleans Week 1.
–Saints fans joining the Redskins faithful that day chanting his name in unison.
–On just how much he hates to lose especially close calls such as the team’s 31-28 loss to the St. Louis Rams in Week 2.
–We all know that the man is driven to be the best out there each and every week, so how does he feel about complacency?
–Stepping out of the locker room and into the spotlight in front of a rabid crowd at FedExField for the first time.
So sit back, put on some headphones if your at work and hear Griffin III give an inside look at how his freshman campaign went in his own words below.
Remember to check out Redskins Nation nightly over the next few weeks to hear all that Griffin III has to say in his exclusive interview with Michael and bookmark the Redskins official website for updates on Griffin III and the rest of the squad as OTAs are in full sprint.
Hail to the Redskins!
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