(AP) -- It will be fascinating to see how Year 2 of life together for Robert Griffin III and Jay Gruden plays out with the Washington Redskins, starting at training camp.
The player known as RG3 has gone from Heisman Trophy winner and No. 2 overall draft pick to apparent change-the-game sensation and NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year to oft-injured and benched. Last season, his first with Gruden as Washington's head coach, was a real struggle for both.
Washington went 4-12, its sixth last-place NFC East finish in seven years, and Gruden did not hold back when describing everything he found lacking in Griffin's skill set as more of a traditional pocket passer, rather than a read-option, runner-slash-passer.