Robert Griffin III receives NFL interest after running 4.48 40-yard dash, lists Cowboys as 'great situation'

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Former No. 2 total choice quarterback Robert Griffin III hasn’t played football given that Dec. 2, 2020, however the 32-year-old isn’t quiting on the video game right now. Griffin has actually been working for ESPN as a college football and NFL expert, however it’s clear he wish to go back to the field. Believe it or not, it’s something that might occur quickly.

Recently, Griffin ran a 40-yard dash at Rich Eisen’s charity drive. The Baylor item clocked in at 4.48. It was a number that raised some eyebrows, and throughout a look on the “Rich Eisen Show,” he stated he got some NFL calls from that a person run.

“Yes, I did get some calls because of that 4.48,” stated Griffin.

Griffin was then asked by Eisen if he still had the itch to play football, and Griffin verified he did. 

“I’m a young guy, 32 years old,” stated Griffin. “We see guys like Tom Brady playing until they’re 45. Now he’s got seven Super Bowl rings, so that kind of plays into that, and I don’t have any. But the desire to play is still there and you know, I’ve just been blessed that ESPN has given me an opportunity to do what I’ve done for the past eight months in the broadcast world while also understanding that I still have a desire to play.”

Griffin even reached to note possible landing areas. The initially one he went over shocked individuals, as it is the archrival of the Washington NFL franchise, who quit a bunch of choices to choose him back in 2012. Griffin states he has an interest in heading house to Texas and wearing for the Dallas Cowboys, calling it “a great situation for me.” Along with the Cowboys, RG3 likewise pointed out the Atlanta Falcons and Chicago Bears as circumstances he would be comfy with, where he might function as a coach.



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