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Robert Griffin III still looks forward to NFL opportunities despite the ESPN gig.

Robert Griffin III still doesn't know if he will play quarterbacks or analyze quarterbacks at the beginning of the football season.

And that's exciting for him.

Former Heisman Trophy winner, NFL Offense Blue Key of the Year works as an ESPN analyst, but thinks he's retired despite he left the NFL last season Is not ... The exact opposite.

Robert Griffin III
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Robert Griffin III
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"I'm ready to go now. I'm training every day. I'm throwing and training. 32-year-old Griffin"Yes, it's a little difficult. You're flying around doing something for the TV, but when you really want something," he told KWTX News 10in Waco, Texas. , You make it work, so if you get the call this year, next year, or five years from now, you're ready to play. "

RGIII travels to New Jersey in April. Brought the dual act inside. There, I had a pre-draft interview with Kenny Pickett at the same time as I was drilling with Pickett with trainer Tony Rashioppi at the Test Football Academy. The first draft choice for the Pittsburgh Steelers was picket.

Griffin is the last free agent to play at Ravens in 2020. Before he spent a year in the Browns, he had the best season in Washington and coached Lamar Jackson in the 2018 Jackson rookie and MVP seasons. 2019 and 2020. 

Robert Griffin III, left, works out with Kenny Pickett at TEST Sports Club in April.
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"I still love Griffin," play For that reason. " "But now, as a storyteller, I'm focusing on doing my best and giving back to football as much as possible," he said.

Griffin emphasizes the word "story teller" and approaches from the athlete's shoes.

"That's a big emphasis for me," he said. "I'm trying to help these people and give them back to the sport, not to give back. It's not about me, it's about the people who are playing."