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Friday, December 30, 2011
Posted by Michael David Smith on December 30, 2011, 6:53 AM EST
Baylor’s Heisman Trophy-winning quarterback Robert Griffin III led his team to a Tecmo Bowl-style 67-56 win in the Alamo Bowl on Thursday night, and afterward he said his decision about whether to enter the NFL draft will come soon.
Griffin was asked in his post-game interview whether he has played his final college game and he said, “I have no idea.” But asked when he’ll decide if he’s entering the draft, Griffin said, “Pretty soon here, probably.”
That’s a departure from what Griffin has said previously, that he wants to wait until the deadline to declare for the NFL draft. Griffin sounded like he’ll be ready to make his announcement any day now.
Despite the video game-like numbers of the Alamo Bowl, Griffin had what for him was an ordinary day, completing 24 of 33 passes for 295 yards, with one touchdown and no interceptions, and adding 55 yards and another touchdown on the ground.
But while Griffin says he has no idea if that was his last game at Baylor, everyone else seems to agree that he’s ready for the NFL.
Posted by Tiger Hebert at 7:21 AM
Posted by Mike Florio on December 29, 2011, 7:18 PM EST
As Bills receiver Stevie Johnson approaches the final 60 minutes of his rookie contract, the question of whether he’ll remain with the team soon will become an even hotter topic in one of the league’s coldest climates.
Joe Buscaglia of WGR radio in Buffalo reports that Johnson asked for a contract worth $7.5 million per year during negotiations with the team. Per Buscaglia, the Bills have made no offers during the past month.
In September, Buscaglia reported that the two sides were more than $2 million apart annually.
Posted by Tiger Hebert at 7:19 AM
Posted by Gregg Rosenthal on December 29, 2011, 6:31 PM EST
Former Bucs quarterback and 1010 AM host Shaun King joined Florio on Thursday’s PFT Live to discuss the state of all things Bucs.
It was a great conversation that contained a rare moment in the show’s history: King actually seemed to change Florio’s mind about something. (Whether the Bucs should keep Raheem Morris.)
Florio also asked King if there is a disconnect between Jon Gruden the coach and Gruden the broadcaster.
Posted by Tiger Hebert at 7:17 AM