“He looked 100 percent healthy. I didn’t let up on him and, boy, he kept coming — and he reminded me of the old Robert Griffin that I knew coming out of Baylor for those eight-10 weeks we worked together in 2012.
“He could have very easily lost it given the year he had. I put him through a gantlet of drills. And Robert made all the throws, showing great skills. It sure appeared to me that he took that next step as a pocket passer.
“I liked everything I saw. When we finished, he was ready to play.”
Shea worked with Griffin and a group of Washington Redskins receivers during the last week of March in Arizona.