Robert Griffin III News Archive
Washington coach Jay Gruden attributes Griffin's preseason struggles to his lack of comfort in the new offense, the Washington Post reports. Gruden remains confident Griffin will improve with more practice and repetitions.
Griffin completed five-of-eight passes for 20 yards, with no touchdowns and one interception in Saturday's preseason game against the Ravens. He gained three yards on three carries.
Griffin suffered a thigh contusion in Monday's preseason game, but the ailment isn't expected to be serious, Todd Dybas of the Washington Times reports.
Griffin continues to look stronger and more fundamentally sound when compared to last year's training camp, the Washington Post reports. "I think he's done a really good job of working on his mechanics, his footwork and his delivery, being able to have more of a compact release where he is able to change his arm angle up, kind of feel those soft spots in the pocket," offensive coordinator Sean McVay said.