Robert Griffin III: 'Receivers aren't guaranteed touches'

Robert Griffin III #10 of the Washington Redskins runs the ball against the Seattle Seahawks during the NFC Wild Card Playoff Game at FedExField on January 6, 2013
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Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III admits that his receivers may be forced to settle for a few touches a game due to the high number of quality options at the club.

Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III has warned his receivers that he has so many quality options that they may not get the touches they want during the 2014 season.

The Redskins added DeSean Jackson to their talented receiving corps following his release by the Philadelphia Eagles, and he will join Pierre Garcon, Santana Moss, Andre Roberts and Jordan Reed as Griffin's pass-catching targets.

"These guys know that there are some weapons around them on the field, so they don't have all that pressure on them," Griffin told 106.7 The Fan.

"But they also know when they get the ball, they are going to have to do something with it because there's no guarantee that the ball is going to come to them 10, 15 times a game.

"They might only get three or four of five shots a game, and they have to make the most it."

Griffin threw for 3,203 yards and 16 touchdowns to 12 interceptions in the 2013 season.

Washington RB Alfred Morris carries the ball against Seattle on January 6, 2013
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