We all know/suspect/believe Robert Griffin III made a boatload of money out of college but prior to actually being drafted by an NFL team due to a huge amount of endorsements and sponsorship deals. One such endorsement deal was from Adidas, and Griffin continues to push their product throughout the offseason.
Griffin is focused on rehabbing an offseason injury that may not actually have him ready in time for the beginning of the NFL season, but that didn't stop him from making a new commercial with Adidas titled "Blow Up." In the video, Griffin suggests that the wins, losses and headlines of this past season should be "Blown Up."
Griffin then finishes by saying he's all in for Week 1 of the season, and leaves off with "All that matters is what you do next."
Predictably, there's explosions and all that other stuff, and avoiding any blown up ACL puns, we can get right to embedding the video for you. Of course, the video comes with the disclaimer from Griffin, via Twitter, in which he says that he wants to start on Week 1, but that doesn't mean he will "compromise my career to do so."
He followed that up with this Tweet:
Starting Week 1 will be the result of healing, hard work, dedication & God's anointing. No rush, just determination— Robert Griffin III (@RGIII) February 19, 2013
Here's the video below.