Things have not gone well in Washington for Robert Griffin III since a knee injury ended his very promising rookie season. And judging by the difficulties he's had working with first-year Redskins coach Jay Gruden -- both in terms of his on-field production in Gruden's West Coast system, and Gruden calling him out publicly -- it's hard to imagine that both men will be back in Washington next season. Griffin's departure becomes even more likely if the Redskins wind up with an early-enough draft pick to potentially take a run at another top-level QB prospect, like Oregon's Marcus Mariota or Florida State's Jameis Winston.
One of the possible outcomes in this situation is for the Redskins to look to trade Griffin this offseason. What is RG III's trade value right now, and what teams would be most likely to pursue him? We'll start with what he could yield the Redskins in a trade, then look at those potential team fits.