According to ProFootballTalk.com, the Washington Redskins will visit with Stanford quarterback Andrew Luck the same way they’re visiting with Baylor’s Robert Griffin III.
Even though the Redskins prefer Griffin over Luck, they really don’t have a choice, because if the Indianapolis Colts end up drafting Griffin, they would’ve then put in a lot of work for nothing.
With the Redskins now visiting with both Luck and Griffin, the playing field is once again even in a sense, since whoever they end up with, will know their offense.
The only problem with potentially teaching both Luck and Griffin their offensive system, is that one of them won’t be on the Redskins and will have a feel for how they run things. Then again they could just be going over some concepts of their offense with each prospect and not necessary teaching them the playbook.
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