in the second half at FedExField on November 16, 2014 in Landover, Maryland.

Robert Griffin III's former teammate says he knows exactly where the QB will end up

There's one spot that would certainly be a fit for Robert Griffin III.

Robert Griffin III's rocky tenure as a member of the Washington Redskins is likely over after being relegated to a reserve role and watching Kirk Cousins lead the squad to the playoffs in 2015.

As the top-drafted quarterback prepares for what is likely a run at free agency, at least one former teammate says he knows where RGIII will land.

Here's what Chris Cooley (Redskin from 2004-2012) said on ESPN 980, per The Washington Post:

"I'll tell you where he's going to go: He's going to go to Dallas. He's going to have a conversation with Jerry Jones in which Jerry Jones is going to say, 'I want you, I believe in you, Tony's not going to make it very much longer, he's probably not going to make it this year, and I believe you can do it.' And Jerry will show him more belief than any other owner, and he's going to like that ownership belief, because he's had ownership belief in the past. Not just a GM, not just a coach saying we like you. He's going to like it from the highest level, which is the only place he's going to get it from. The Dallas Cowboys have the only owner that will come and talk to him."

The Dallas Cowboys certainly need an upgrade at reserve quarterback moving forward, and Robert Griffin III appears to be the best option when it comes to talent on the field and little to no maintenance when he's off the field.

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