Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III took a swift kick to the groin area during last night’s Monday Night Football game against the San Francisco 49ers at FedEx Field.
As women we will never experience the excruciating pain that can drop a grown man and leave him writhing in agony on the floor. But thanks to this GIF from sports gossip blog Terez Owens, we have some idea of what it must be like.
Redskins star quarterback Robert Griffin III says the “window” of opportunity is open for gay players to come out of the closet. RG3 made the statements in a cover interview published in the September 2013 issue of GQ magazine.
“I think there are [gay players] right now, and if they’re looking for a window to just come out, I mean, now is the window,” said Griffin, who is recovering from offseason knee surgery. “My view on it is, yes, I am a Christian, but to each his own. You do what you want to do. If some Christians want to look at being gay as a sin, then thinking about other women, committing adultery—or any of those other sins that are in the Bible—those are sins, too. And God looks at all of us the same way.”
It turns out that Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III, aka RG3, is a normal, red-blooded male who enjoys attention from more than one woman. Most men don’t get caught sexting with their side pieces on their wedding night though.
Meredith Barber, a VCU student, Hooters waitress and Redskins fan, was busted trying to sell explicit photos and text messages from Griffin, sent to her on his wedding night.
The sexting drama unfolded when Twitter user, Brandon K., sent an email to the Busted Coverage sports blog claiming to have uncovered suspicious tweets between Meredith, RG3, and William Mallow, one of Griffin’s groomsmen, the night of Griffin’s wedding to college sweetheart Rebecca Liddicoat.
An ESPN analyst sparked controversy yesterday when he called Washington Redskins star quarterback Robert Griffin III a “cornball brother” who dates white women and votes Republican.
At issue for ESPN analyst Rob Parker was Griffin’s refusal to be defined by his skin color.