Robert Griffin III was the NFL’s Rookie of the Year in 2012, but since that season, Griffin III, who turns 26 next month, hasn’t been able to repeat any of the success he saw in 2012, leading to him being inactive for all of the Redskins games this year.
It’s clear that his future isn’t in Washington, and with Griffin III being due over $16 million next year, the Redskins are expected to cut the former Heisman Trophy winner, per Ian Rapoport of NFL.com:
With the #Redskins season over, they'll release RGIII. Just a matter of timing. Was important to owner Dan Snyder he be on the team all year
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) January 11, 2016
We still don’t know exactly where Griffin III will play in 2016, but the Dallas Cowboys seem like the most logical fit based off of reports to this date. Teams like the Browns and Texans could also take a chance on him given their current quarterback situation.
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