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Brittney Griner took the Baylor Lady Bears to new heights.
Welcome to April, where March Madness spills over into the NFL's own form of insanity: the walk-up to the college draft.
Mike Shanahan made it his mission this winter to find the Washington Redskins a franchise quarterback. After two straight last-place finishes and way more turnovers last season than he cares to remember, it became the coach's top priority.
March Madness is all about the NFL this year.
Buddy Jones wakes up almost every morning singing "Amazing Grace." He can't help himself.
Robert Griffin III dined with Washington Redskins brass, and then he did his best to dazzle them on the field.
With a talent like Bryce Harper, it isn't a question of if, it's a question of when. Of course, there aren't many talents like Bryce Harper, so the Washington Nationals want to make doubly sure they get the "when" part right.
No NFL team likes to give up three first-round picks for a player. High draft picks are the cement blocks with which championship clubs are built. But sacrificing that many No. 1s (along with a No. 2) for this year's second selection — and the chance to get Heisman Trophy-winning quarterback Robert Griffin III — doesn't necessarily have to damage the Washington Redskins' long-term prospects.
Heisman Trophy winning quarterback Robert Griffin III, in his first public comments since the Washington Redskins traded up to acquire the No. 2 draft pick last Friday, would not concede he is destined for D.C.