After Washington Redskins coach Jay Gruden's public criticism of Robert Griffin III last season, it sure sounds as if there is a concerted effort to say mostly nice things about the quarterback nowadays.
And not just on Gruden's part. General manager Scot McCloughan, too.
In a brief meeting with reporters after a morning walkthrough at training camp Sunday, McCloughan was asked about Griffin's performance against the Cleveland Browns in Washington's first exhibition game.
"Liked it a lot. Liked it a lot. I see improvement. Liked it a lot," McCloughan said. "I see confidence. I see ball out on time. I see a good football player."