Most observers would generally agree that Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III probably rushed himself a little bit to get back for the start of the 2013 season.
Griffin may not admit it but his college coach Art Briles did, Dan Steinberg of the Washington Post reports.
“You know, I actually watched him work out yesterday and visited with him a little bit, and I think it’s as fresh and uplifting as I’ve seen him in a long time quite honestly,” Baylor’s Art Briles told “The SiriusXM Blitz” on Wednesday. “The thing about ACLs: I’ve always thought they take a complete year to get over. And I think he rushed himself a little bit, just because that’s the way Robert is. He’s always going to be determined to do more than is humanly possible.
“So I think this year, I do think we’ll see a very healthy RGIII,” Briles said. “I think we’re gonna see a guy that’s happy playing the game, that has a fire and attitude that you need to have a chance to be successful, because that’s who he is. That’s what his makeup is. I’m telling you, yesterday he was spinning it really well, and he was throwing it to some really good wideouts, too.”