Redskins sources tell the Washington Post that Robert Griffin III "exhibited growth" this offseason.
An anonymous offensive coach told ESPN's Mike Sando that Robert Griffin III is "done and there's no coming back."
Redskins coach Jay Gruden said he's seen growth in Robert Griffin III under new QBs coach Matt Cavanaugh.
Coach Jay Gruden said Robert Griffin III did an "excellent job every day" during OTAs and minicamp.
Coach Jay Gruden expects a "big jump" from Robert Griffin III heading into his second year in Gruden's system.
Robert Griffin III is more likely to get benched now that the Redskins have picked up his $16.1M 2016 option.
The Redskins will pick up Robert Griffin III's $16.1 million 2016 option.
Robert Griffin III "wouldn't be bummed" if the Redskins exercised his 2016 team option.
Robert Griffin III will get together with Redskins pass catchers in Florida next week for a round of offseason workouts.
Coach Jay Gruden confirmed Robert Griffin has the starting job "right now."
The Redskins are undecided on Robert Griffin III's fifth-year team option for 2016.
ESPN Redskins reporter John Keim believes coach Jay Gruden wants to get rid of Robert Griffin III.
Redskins president Bruce Allen believes Robert Griffin III still "has a high ceiling."
Coach Jay Gruden said Robert Griffin III will enter the season as the Redskins' starter.