When the NFL world last heard from Robert Griffin III, he was shooting jumpshots in Estonia.
The pickup backetball game made for funny video, and it seemed while RGIII wasn't playing football, he was in a good place having fun with his life.
On Monday, former Redskins WR — and CSN Mid-Atlantic NFL analyst —Santana Moss told a different story about Griffin.
In an interview on 106.7 The Fan, Moss explained that Griffin bragged about his role in the firing of former Washington coach Mike Shanahan.
"I love you as a person, bro, as much as I know from how you came into these doors, that was the dumbest mistake you could ever make in this league," Moss said of Griffin while speaking with radio host Chad Dukes .
The wideout explained that after Shanahan benched RGIII late in the 2013 season, Griffin was mad, understandably.
But when the Redskins fired Shanahan, RGIII "took some credit" in the coaching move.
Tuesday morning, Griffin took to social media to share his side of the story.
No subtweeting needed— Robert Griffin III (@RGIII) September 19, 2017
Santana Moss, I treat you like a brother & have always had your back. To openly lie about me is a betrayal.....
Been lied on a lot over the years— Robert Griffin III (@RGIII) September 19, 2017
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Clearly RGIII doesn't agree with Moss' version of events. It also needs to be clarified that Moss' comments did not blame Griffin for Shanahan's firing. Rather, the former Miami Hurricane implied that karma caught up with RGIII after the Shanahan affair, and that is a part of why he is no longer in the NFL.
Moss played with Griffin the last three years of his career, and in 2012 the duo found great success.
RGIII was the NFL Rookie of the Year and Moss caught eight touchdowns as the Redskins won the NFC East. In 2013, the team bottomed out as RGIII could not recover from a knee injury and ended the season on the bench.
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