The Washington Redskins were busy during the offseason, adding weapons to the offense for quarterback Robert Griffin III. Aside from having Pierre Garcon at wide receiver, who led the league in catches in 2013, they signed DeSean Jackson and Andre Roberts.
Keeping all those receivers happy with their catches and involvement in the offense might be a difficult task, but Griffin isn’t sweating it and knows how to keep them all happy, win.
“The great thing about having so many weapons is all these guys have great attitudes about it, and they’re great character guys,” Griffin said in an interview with Grant Paulsen and Danny Rouhier on 106.7 The Fan, via the Washington Post. “At the end of the day, when you win, everybody’s happy.
“These guys know that there are some weapons around them on the field, so they don’t have all that pressure on them, as well, but also they know when they get the ball, they’re going to have to do something with it, because there’s no guarantee that that ball’s going to come to them 10, 15 times a game. They might only get three, or four, or five shots a game and they have to make the most of that. So I think it’s going to bring the best out of everybody, and I think we’ll see a lot of big plays, a lot of instrumental plays in keeping us on the field and scoring points.”