Robert Griffin III has had an up-and-down first two years in the NFL, but it’s hard to argue that the Washington quarterback isn’t totally classy. Yesterday, he tweeted out a picture of his practice cleats, which he had autographed by two inspirational cancer survivors. Typically, the star quarterback and Heisman winner would be the one doing the autographing, but Griffin definitely took a lot away from the meeting.
Blessed to get the autographs of Evan & Vincent, two unbelievably strong cancer survivors, on my cleats today pic.twitter.com/vP7Valyh1I
— Robert Griffin III (@RGIII) August 9, 2014
Griffin only threw four passes in Washington’s first preseason game against New England, but fans are probably fine with keeping him limited before the season starts. They’ll need a fully healthy RGIII to make a run at the NFC East this season.