Nobody knows when another quarterback will come into the NFL with as few question marks next to his name as Robert Griffin III has, but maybe we’ll get him next time. ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported that the Browns offered at least three first round picks to the Rams to move up two slots in April’s draft for the chance to draft the quarterback out of Baylor, “and possibly even the second-round pick.” SI’s Peter King tweeted that “Cleveland was in it, but didn’t want to give three ones and a 2.” Schefter added that, “Cleveland sensed it was going to get the deal done, only to be informed that St. Louis planned to deal the coveted No. 2 pick to the Redskins [for Washington's first and second rounder this year, and their first rounders in 2013 and 2014].”
So we’ll have two really good cornerbacks now? At least we didn’t have to give up three shots at Gerard Warren/Braylon Edwards/William Green-type players. Plus, if RG3 was really worth anything, he’d tell the sociopath Dan Snyder that he won’t play for Washington. It’s his prerogative. Big question mark there if he doesn’t do this, actually. See, sometimes guys aren’t as good as you thought they were. We’ll have more on this on Monday. Go Zips.