There's no lack of gushing over the potential greatness of Robert Griffin III.
When the rookie quarterback speaks, he entertains. RG3 is affable and self-deprecating, yet seemingly aware of the decades-long void he's being asked to fill as the starting passer of the Washington Redskins.
Our nation's capital clearly believes in the young man, and we're gaining a sense of just how confident Griffin is about his own success: Confident enough to trademark himself.
Following the draft, RG3 hired an attorney and generated an LLC, entitled "Thr3escompany." (Tough break, Mr. Roper.)
There's wisdom to this: It prevents mom-and-pop shops and street vendors from using the RG3 brand on gear outside FedEx Field and beyond.
No word on any pending Kirk Cousins trademarks -- probably right around the corner.