Robert Griffin III struggled during his sophomore campaign in the NFL, but the Washington Redskins quarterback was coming off of a torn ACL and seemed to lack confidence in his surgically repaired knee.
In an effort to get better, Griffin worked with quarterback tutor Terry Shea during the offseason to work on his mechanics, and the work that he has put in have left Shea singing the former No. 2 overall pick’s praise.
Not only does Shea believe that Griffin looks 100 percent healthy, but he believes Griffin is reminiscent to the quarterback that he saw when Griffin first came out of Baylor.
“He looked 100 percent healthy,” Shea said, via USA Today.
“I didn’t let up on him and, boy, he kept coming — and he reminded me of the old Robert Griffin that I knew coming out of Baylor for those eight-10 weeks we worked together in 2012. He could have very easily lost it given the year he had. I put him through a gantlet of drills. And Robert made all the throws, showing great skills. It sure appeared to me that he took that next step as a pocket passer.”
If Griffin can return to his old self, then the Redskins will have to be thrilled.
Griffin was benched at the end of last season after his continued struggles, so hopefully his extra offseason work will allow him to make positive strides forward and help the Redskins improve on their abysmal 2013 campaign.