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Robert Griffin III, Baylor Had No Playbook, According To College Teammate

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Kendall Wright was the 20th pick in the 2012 NFL Draft, chosen by the Tennessee Titans. Wright was also new Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III's teammate at Baylor, and the wide receiver dropped an interesting nugget during Titans rookie orientation on Friday. Via Jim Wyatt of The Tennessean:

"I think we are the only team that didn't have a playbook," Wright said of Baylor. "It is kind of a different kind of learning deal. We see it visually and we run it, and it just sticks with us when you are out there running it."

Wright, who caught 302 passes for 4,004 yards and 30 touchdowns, did point out that despite not having an actual playbook he had to learn more than 300 plays in the Baylor offense. Receivers looked to the sideline for play calls from the coaches, while RGIII ran the no-huddle offense on the field.

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