In case you missed it, Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III got a chance to meet James Harrison on Sunday and he didn\’t even ask him for his autograph after it looked like the rookie was wanting to get meet safety Will Allen and get one from him in the 3rd quarter.
On a 2nd down and 12 play from the Steelers 32 yard-line, Griffin bailed left out of the pocket towards his own sideline as he was looking for an open receiver. Allen came up to provide pressure and gave Griffin a little push out of bounds after the pass was thrown away.
The push knocked Griffin into one of the Redskins coaches on the sideline and both fell down. When the rookie popped up he looked like he wanted to have a word with Allen, who was already headed back to the field, but instead found himself face first with Harrison who was trailing just behind on the play.
Harrison must have told Griffin that he had to wait until after the game to get Allen\’s autograph and the rookie decided that was a great idea, even though he was on his own sideline surrounded by his teammates. Those teammates also looked like Harrison gave the rookie some sound advice, as none of them seemed to want to disagree with Harrison.