Robert Griffin III to Join ESPN’s ‘Monday Night Football’ Pregame Show
Former Baylor Heisman-winner Robert Griffen III joined ESPN in 2021 after ending his career in the NFL ended and started what appears to be a promising career in broadcasting.
According to reports, Griffen will replace Randy Moss on ESPN’s Monday Night Football pregame show which takes place on location of each week’s game.
While his NFL career fell short of expectations due to injury, his broadcasting career is flourishing in the short time that it has existed.
Earlier this year, Griffen decided to pull the plug on a book that he described as an “explosive-tell-all” about “the shocking mismanagement and toxic culture within the most dysfunctional professional football team in America.” He, of course, was talking about the Washington Football Team and the alleged sexual harassment that he witnessed while on the team.
Since then he has decided to put that project on hold to pursue his television career, saying that ““In time and through a more meaningful method, I hope to address my first-hand experience.”
Now, one of the faces of Monday Night Football, the skyrocketing television career could put Griffen among the best in the business, where he belongs, and will hopefully land him in a place that he can thrive for years to come.