Robert Griffin III's star continues to grow at ESPN. On Wednesday, Adam Schefter reported that the former NFL Rookie of the Year 

will join the network's "Monday Night Football" broadcast in addition to his usual duties with the Worldwide Leader. 

"ESPN’s Monday Night Countdown is adding Robert Griffin III to join Booger McFarland and Steve Young as the weekly show’s main analysts," 

Schefter tweeted. "Monday Night Countdown also welcomes back Suzy Kolber for her 

sixth year as the host of the show." 

Michelle Beisner-Buck and Alex Smith will round out the "Monday Night" cast. Viewers will get their first look at RGIII ahead of both of ESPN's preseason

games on August 18 for the Bears vs. Seahawks and August 22's matchup between the Falcons and Jets. 

Before he signed with the Jags, he played two seasons with the New Orleans Saints (

2019-20) and four seasons with the New England Patriots (2015-18).   

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